move users between domains

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HankC

We've been using admt to move users from one domain to another as
students, faculty and staff transfer.

We have 7 domains (one per campus and managed locally) and an empty-
root in a single forest.

Does anyone know of a powershell replacement for the ADMT tool?

Under the hood, ADMT does not really 'move' an account. it clones a
new one and deletes the old one.

HankC
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

ADMT does a lot more than that. It preserves group memberships, for
example. I'm sure you could replace the function of ADMT with PowerShell,
but it would require a pretty complicated script.
Ed Crowley MVP
"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
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"HankC" <clarkc@missouri.edu> wrote in message
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> We've been using admt to move users from one domain to another as
> students, faculty and staff transfer.
>
> We have 7 domains (one per campus and managed locally) and an empty-
> root in a single forest.
>
> Does anyone know of a powershell replacement for the ADMT tool?
>
> Under the hood, ADMT does not really 'move' an account. it clones a
> new one and deletes the old one.
>
>
> HankC


 
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