Computer account is not disabled in source domain using ADMT

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Ezakial, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. Ezakial

    Ezakial Guest

    I'm performing intraforest migration, Here is the scenario,

    Source Domain: Windows 2000 Server / Sp4/ Native Mode
    Target Domain: Windows 2000 Server / Sp4/ Native Mode
    Migration tool: ADMT 3.0 on Windows server 2003 R2

    When I'm perfoming a computer object migration, after the computer account
    is migrated to target domain, the computer account in the source domain is
    not disabled. As per ADMT 3.0 guide it say it must disable.

    If any one has any work around please let me know. Many Thanks
     
    Ezakial, Jan 13, 2009
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    Paul Bergson Guest

    Does the user account that is migrating the computers have the permissions
    in the source domain to disable the accounts?
     
    Paul Bergson, Jan 13, 2009
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  3. Ezakial

    Ezakial Guest

    Source domain: Member of Domain admin group
    Target Domain: Member of Built in administrator group

    Here is the migration log file,

    [Settings Section]
    Task: Computer Migration (86)
    ADMT Console
    User: SWS\admtmig
    Computer: pswsk3s072.abc.com (PSWSK3S072)
    Domain: abc.com (SWS)
    OS: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 5.2 (3790) Service Pack 1
    Source Domain
    Name: swresource.int.abc.co.uk (SWRESOURCE)
    DC: flrswr2kd01.swresource.int.abc.co.uk (FLRSWR2KD01)
    OS: Windows 2000 Server 5.0 (2195) Service Pack 4
    OU:
    Target Domain
    Name: abc.com (SWS)
    DC: flrsws2kd03.abc.com (FLRSWS2KD03)
    OS: Windows 2000 Server 5.0 (2195) Service Pack 4
    OU:
    LDAP://abc.com/OU=Test_mig,OU=Test-Site,DC=sws,DC=int,DC=abc,DC=co,DC=uk
    Intra-Forest: Yes
    Translate Files: No
    Translate Local Groups: No
    Translate Printers: No
    Translate Registry: No
    Translate Rights: No
    Translate Shares: No
    Translate User Profiles: No
    Conflict Option: Ignore
    Perform Pre-check Only: No

    [Object Migration Section]
    2009-01-13 17:06:19 Starting Account Replicator.
    2009-01-13 17:06:20 CN=MIGRATION-SWRPC - Created
    2009-01-13 17:06:21 - Set password for CN=MIGRATION-SWRPC.
    2009-01-13 17:06:21 Operation completed.

    [Agent Dispatch Section]
    2009-01-13 17:08:52 Installing agent on 1 servers

    2009-01-13 17:08:52 The Active Directory Migration Tool Agent will be
    installed on migration-swrpc.swresource.int.abc.co.uk
    2009-01-13 17:10:43 Started job: migration-swrpc.swresource.int.abc.co.uk
    000086_MIGRATION-SWRPC {5B183C43-729B-445C-910C-331A09A696BA}
    2009-01-13 17:15:39 Done waiting for the computer
    'migration-swrpc.swresource.int.abc.co.uk' to reboot.
    2009-01-13 17:15:40 Post-check passed on the computer
    'migration-swrpc.swresource.int.abc.co.uk'. The new computer name is
    'migration-swrpc.abc.com'.
     
    Ezakial, Jan 13, 2009
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  4. Ezakial

    Paul Bergson Guest

    Unfortunately I see nothing in this, which I assume you have already
    deduced. How about the event logs in the dc and the local machine? Has the
    local machine been rebooted?


     
    Paul Bergson, Jan 13, 2009
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    Ezakial Guest

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the reply...

    I did check the event log of the server and client but could not find any
    specific event log with respect to this issue.... :(

     
    Ezakial, Jan 14, 2009
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  6. I'm stumped from here. Sorry...




     
    Paul Bergson [MVP-DS], Jan 15, 2009
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  7. Ezakial

    Ezakial Guest

    Thanks paul for your response...

     
    Ezakial, Jan 15, 2009
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