Do my desktops need to be powered up when using ADMT

Discussion in 'Server Migration' started by Larry C, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. Larry C

    Larry C Guest

    Hello,

    We are going to use ADMT to move to 2003. We are confused about wether we
    need to have the desktops powered up so the computer accounts can move, or
    will they move when they login on Monday morning.

    Thanks

    LC
     
    Larry C, Jul 16, 2004
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  2. Hi Larry,

    Thanks for your posting here.

    ADMT will dispatch a agent to each workstation to migrate computer
    accounts. The agent will stop the Netlogon service on each migrated
    workstation and change the domain membership and modify the items selected
    for translation.

    So you need to keep the client online.

    In addition, all the migrated computers will be rebooted to complete the
    migration process. So before migration begins, all users of computers to be
    migrated should save their work and log off.

    After Computer migration, you can logon the clients with the target domain
    user account.

    I would like to recommend that you refer to the following documents for
    more information.

    HOW TO: Set Up ADMT for a Windows NT 4.0-to-Windows Server 2003 Migration
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=325851

    Domain Migration Cookbook
    <http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/deploy/cookboo
    k/cookintr.asp>

    Support WebCast: Domain Migration Using the Microsoft Active Directory
    Migration Tool
    <http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/Webcasts/WC082301/wcblurb082301.a
    sp>.

    Planning Migration from Windows NT to Windows 2000
    <http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtech
    nol/ad/windows2000/plan/migntw2k.asp>

    Have a nice day!

    Regards,
    Bob Qin
    Product Support Services
    Microsoft Corporation

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    Bob Qin [MSFT], Jul 19, 2004
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