ADMT: NT4 to W2K3 - PWDMIG install success but not service

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  1. VorDesigns

    VorDesigns Guest

    Hi,
    Doing a slew of NT4 to Windows 2003 domain migrations.
    -
    First one went without a hitch even though it was to a SBS2003 domain which
    is actively crippled for domain trusts.
    -
    Second seemed like it was going to go the way of the first but, post
    installatino of the Password Migration source domain tool, there is no
    service. There was no error thrown, the event logs were quiet. I tried
    reinstalling and uninstalling/reinstalling on the DC. I tried installing on
    the BDC, no joy.
    Both servers report 128Bit encryption. Both servers are SP6a.
    -
    I figured if I knew where the service application hides; I could build the
    service myself but there doesn't seemt to be anyone who knows.
    -
    I'll take all suggestions that don't include not migrating the legacy domain.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 17, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    Hi,

    Thanks for using this newsgroup.

    <First one went without a hitch even though it was to a SBS2003 domain
    which is actively crippled for domain trusts.>

    Windows SBS 2003 is independent product from normal Window server product
    serial. For example, Windows SBS server do not allow to establish trust
    relationship. Therefore, before you go any further, please also post in the
    following SBS queue to confirm this:

    Windows Small Business Server 2003:
    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/newsgroups/dgbrowser/en-us/defaul
    t.mspx?dg=microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs

    The engineers and members there are more experienced on SBS-related issues,
    and should be able to provide you with valuable suggestions on this issue.

    As for the second question, based on research, ADMT requires the following
    dependencies when used to perform password migration

    1. Service Pack 6a (SP6a) or later must be installed on Microsoft Windows
    NT 4.0 domain controllers.

    2. All domain controllers must use 128-bit encryption.

    3. The RestrictAnonymous value on the target domain controller should be
    set to 0 during the migration.

    4. Read permissions on the Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access group should
    be set to
    CN=Server,CN=System,DC={targetdom},DC={tld}.

    5. The following registry key should be configured on the Password Export
    Server:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\LSA\AllowPasswordExport
    = 1
    The Password Export Server must be restarted after the registry is edited.

    6. The Everyone group should be a member of the Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible
    Access group in the target domain during the migration. This action is
    blocked by Active Directory Users and Computers. To add the Everyone group,
    run the following command:

    7. NET LOCALGROUP "PRE-WINDOWS 2000 COMPATIBLE ACCESS" EVERYONE /ADD

    8. If the target domain is Windows Server 2003-based, run this command to
    make the following group a member of the Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
    group:
    NET LOCALGROUP "PRE-WINDOWS 2000 COMPATIBLE ACCESS" "ANONYMOUS LOGON

    What's more, before we install PES on the source domain, we should use
    "admt key /option:create" command to create encryption key on the computer
    running ADMT in the target domain. Then, we save this key either a share
    folder or removable media. When you install PES, you can choose the path
    where you save this key. More information, please read the following
    document:

    ADMT v3 Migration Guide
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=D99EF770-3BBB-4B9E-
    A8BC-01E9F7EF7342&displaylang=en

    More information:
    ============

    Migrating from Small Business Server 2000 or Windows 2000 Server to Windows
    Small Business Server 2003
    http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/d/c/6dccf9b4-d915-4c95-b5af-100b89e
    02add/SBS_MigratingSBS2k.doc

    How to Troubleshoot Inter-Forest Password Migration with ADMTv2
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322981/

    Hope this helps.

    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
    Microsoft Global Technical Support Center

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    --->Hi,
    --->Doing a slew of NT4 to Windows 2003 domain migrations.
    --->-
    --->First one went without a hitch even though it was to a SBS2003 domain
    which
    --->is actively crippled for domain trusts.
    --->-
    --->Second seemed like it was going to go the way of the first but, post
    --->installatino of the Password Migration source domain tool, there is no
    --->service. There was no error thrown, the event logs were quiet. I
    tried
    --->reinstalling and uninstalling/reinstalling on the DC. I tried
    installing on
    --->the BDC, no joy.
    --->Both servers report 128Bit encryption. Both servers are SP6a.
    --->-
    --->I figured if I knew where the service application hides; I could build
    the
    --->service myself but there doesn't seemt to be anyone who knows.
    --->-
    --->I'll take all suggestions that don't include not migrating the legacy
    domain.
    --->
     
    Morgan che, Jun 18, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    Hi and thanks for the replay;

    Sorry about the cripple crack, not allowing domain trusts just adds another
    point of failure to worry about.

    I have done this once before without issue from an NT4 doman to SBS2003R2
    domain; meaning once I weeded out all of the service failures on the members
    servers due to domain security policies, everything seems to work with the
    exception of the Master Browser issues (waiting on MS to send me the patch)
    and no domain controller errors (preferred DNS indicators did not resolve) in
    the event logs at each reboot.

    I'm going treat it like operator error is the cause and go back through the
    ADMT help how-to again and your responses to see where I blew it.

    Thanks for the reply, I don't remember the doing some of the steps you
    indicate specific to the AD changes on the target domain this time around but
    I have a greasy feeling that I have done them before. Double checking each
    step won't hurt

    I'm just surprised that forgetting something on the target domain would
    cause a service on the source domain not to propogate into the services cpl
    and hence my post.

    I'll let you know.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 18, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    HI,

    How is everything going?

    May i know if you have solve this problem? if there is any thing I can
    help, please post back.

    Have a good weekend.
    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
    Microsoft Global Technical Support Center

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    --->Hi and thanks for the replay;
    --->
    --->Sorry about the cripple crack, not allowing domain trusts just adds
    another
    --->point of failure to worry about.
    --->
    --->I have done this once before without issue from an NT4 doman to
    SBS2003R2
    --->domain; meaning once I weeded out all of the service failures on the
    members
    --->servers due to domain security policies, everything seems to work with
    the
    --->exception of the Master Browser issues (waiting on MS to send me the
    patch)
    --->and no domain controller errors (preferred DNS indicators did not
    resolve) in
    --->the event logs at each reboot.
    --->
    --->I'm going treat it like operator error is the cause and go back through
    the
    --->ADMT help how-to again and your responses to see where I blew it.
    --->
    --->Thanks for the reply, I don't remember the doing some of the steps you
    --->indicate specific to the AD changes on the target domain this time
    around but
    --->I have a greasy feeling that I have done them before. Double checking
    each
    --->step won't hurt
    --->
    --->I'm just surprised that forgetting something on the target domain would
    --->cause a service on the source domain not to propogate into the services
    cpl
    --->and hence my post.
    --->
    --->I'll let you know.
    --->
     
    Morgan che, Jun 20, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    Waiting for a reboot; production domain and heavy use multi-purpose DCs.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 21, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    Hi,

    Ok, for any undate, please let me know.

    Have a good day!

    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
    Microsoft Global Technical Support Center

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    Morgan che, Jun 23, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    PEHi,

    OK; figured out that you were correct to a point, 1D10T error or a problem
    with the space between the keyboard and the chair.

    I was using the PES installation files that were in the install directory
    but, I should have used the PES installation found in %windir%ADMT/PES

    When I checked the DC this morning, the installation again failed quietly.
    I uninstalled and then searched the ADMT folder on the target domain path and
    found an old installation application set that matched the installation
    application set on the last one I did. Putting two and six together, I
    decided this was the problem.
    It was early enough that I ran an installation and rebooted the DC; fifteen
    minutes later (time enough to wonder if I blue screened the server some sixty
    miles away), I logged in and found the service in the cpl.

    Thanks for the fresh eyes.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 23, 2008
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  8. VorDesigns

    VorDesigns Guest

    New glitch; encryption key mismatch.
    I'll let you know.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 23, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    Error
    Unable to establish a session with the password export server. The source
    password export server and the target server do not have the same encryption
    key for the source domain.

    The PES key file was created on the target domain but, you need to perform
    this is the step that’s not in the instructions - even though the password
    encyption file was supplied during the installation of the ADMT Password
    Migration DLL, it still needs to be imported manually on the target PDC
    Emulator, by shelling out to a command prompt and entering the following
    commands:
    cd %systemroot%\ADMT
    admt key /option:import /sourcedomain:domainname /keyfile:filename.pes

    I'm on my way.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 23, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    Hi,

    Thanks for letting us know my suggestion iwas helpful. If you encounter any
    difficulties or need further assistance, please let me know. It was good
    working with you on this issue.


    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
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    --->PEHi,
    --->
    --->OK; figured out that you were correct to a point, 1D10T error or a
    problem
    --->with the space between the keyboard and the chair.
    --->
    --->I was using the PES installation files that were in the install
    directory
    --->but, I should have used the PES installation found in %windir%ADMT/PES
    --->
    --->When I checked the DC this morning, the installation again failed
    quietly.
    --->I uninstalled and then searched the ADMT folder on the target domain
    path and
    --->found an old installation application set that matched the installation
    --->application set on the last one I did. Putting two and six together, I
    --->decided this was the problem.
    --->It was early enough that I ran an installation and rebooted the DC;
    fifteen
    --->minutes later (time enough to wonder if I blue screened the server some
    sixty
    --->miles away), I logged in and found the service in the cpl.
    --->
    --->Thanks for the fresh eyes.
    --->
     
    Morgan che, Jun 26, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    Interestingly; users transferred without issue. First computer errors out
    with access denied. If I can't find something on the net I'll post a log.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 26, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    Hi,

    I had the similar experience. The user account running ADMT already had
    administrator privilege of source domain. However, The migration of
    computer account failed with error message 'access deny'. I explicitly
    added target domain administrator running ADMT into the administrator group
    of workstation that I was about to migrate. Accordingly, I successfully
    migrated computer accounts and performed security translation.

    So, I'd suggest you add target domain administrator running ADMT into the
    administrator group of client PC and test the result.

    If anything is unclear, please post back.

    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
    Microsoft Global Technical Support Center

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    log.
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    Morgan che, Jun 27, 2008
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    VorDesigns Guest

    Hi,

    I chose a different avenue of approach and there are other mitigating
    factors on this very old domain installation: Some of these probaby did not
    affect ADMT but items 1 and 4 should have.
    1. fixed no DNS or WINS on legacy domain by pointing at target domain.
    2. Added LMHOSTS PRE entries for both legacy and target domain to fix NetBT
    warnings
    3. Turned off Windows Firewall service earlier which I didn't mention for an
    earlier failure.
    4. Changed local administrator password to match legacy domain password.

    Now that I have a functioning sort of pregnant system running; new domain
    and old drive mappings. I need to troubleshoot the legacy ERP aplication.
     
    VorDesigns, Jun 28, 2008
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    Morgan che Guest

    Hi,


    OK. If you encounter any difficulties that need assitance, please post back.

    Have a nice day.

    Sincerely
    Morgan Che
    Microsoft Online Support
    Microsoft Global Technical Support Center

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    --->
    --->Hi,
    --->
    --->I chose a different avenue of approach and there are other mitigating
    --->factors on this very old domain installation: Some of these probaby
    did not
    --->affect ADMT but items 1 and 4 should have.
    --->1. fixed no DNS or WINS on legacy domain by pointing at target domain.
    --->2. Added LMHOSTS PRE entries for both legacy and target domain to fix
    NetBT
    --->warnings
    --->3. Turned off Windows Firewall service earlier which I didn't mention
    for an
    --->earlier failure.
    --->4. Changed local administrator password to match legacy domain password.
    --->
    --->Now that I have a functioning sort of pregnant system running; new
    domain
    --->and old drive mappings. I need to troubleshoot the legacy ERP
    aplication.
    --->"Morgan che(MSFT)" wrote:
    --->
    --->> Hi,
    --->>
    --->> I had the similar experience. The user account running ADMT already
    had
    --->> administrator privilege of source domain. However, The migration of
    --->> computer account failed with error message 'access deny'. I
    explicitly
    --->> added target domain administrator running ADMT into the administrator
    group
    --->> of workstation that I was about to migrate. Accordingly, I
    successfully
    --->> migrated computer accounts and performed security translation.
    --->>
    --->> So, I'd suggest you add target domain administrator running ADMT into
    the
    --->> administrator group of client PC and test the result.
    --->>
    --->> If anything is unclear, please post back.
    --->>
    --->> Sincerely
    --->> Morgan Che
    --->> Microsoft Online Support
    --->> Microsoft Global Technical Support Center
    --->>
    --->> Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
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    --->> --->References: <>
    --->> <>
    --->> <>
    --->> <>
    --->> <>
    --->> --->Subject: RE: ADMT: NT4 to W2K3 - PWDMIG install success but not
    service
    --->> --->Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 21:45:00 -0700
    --->> --->Lines: 2
    --->> --->Message-ID: <>
    --->> --->MIME-Version: 1.0
    --->> --->Content-Type: text/plain;
    --->> ---> charset="Utf-8"
    --->> --->Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
    --->> --->X-Newsreader: Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000
    --->> --->Content-Class: urn:content-classes:message
    --->> --->Importance: normal
    --->> --->Priority: normal
    --->> --->X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.3790.2992
    --->> --->Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.server.migration
    --->> --->Path: TK2MSFTNGHUB02.phx.gbl
    --->> --->Xref: TK2MSFTNGHUB02.phx.gbl
    --->> microsoft.public.windows.server.migration:3886
    --->> --->NNTP-Posting-Host: tk2msftibfm01.phx.gbl 10.40.244.149
    --->> --->X-Tomcat-NG: microsoft.public.windows.server.migration
    --->> --->
    --->> --->Interestingly; users transferred without issue. First computer
    errors
    --->> out
    --->> --->with access denied. If I can't find something on the net I'll
    post a
    --->> log.
    --->> --->
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    Morgan che, Jun 30, 2008
    #14
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