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  • Migration of Profiles (ownership SID)

    I have successfully migrated profiles from a 2003 domain to a 2008 domain using xcopy. Once the profile is on the new domain, it shows that the owner is the user from the 2003 domain, but after using ADMT to move the user, the new user can not use the profile and states that the owner of the profile must be the current user or Administrators.

    My question is: Am I doing something in the wrong order or am I going to have to make Administrators the owner of all profiles?

    Shouldn't the new account see that the old SID is the owner therefore assume ownership?
    Thank you,

    Marc

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    Re: Migration of Profiles (ownership SID)

    Please review:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947025
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Migration of Profiles (ownership SID)

      I am not looking to migrate from V1 to V2, or vice versa. The profile will stay V1, it is an Inter-org move so the ownership of the profile is what I need to resolve. I would have thought that after migrating the user w/ SID history, it wouldn't be a problem.
      Thank you,

      Marc

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      • #4
        Re: Migration of Profiles (ownership SID)

        I figured out that if you ADMT the user prior to xcopy'ing the profile, both SIDS have access to the profile and it works.
        Thank you,

        Marc

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