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    I agree with all your points. Still, we all know users how stupid some users can be...

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    No it's not stupid. It's a good enough reason to be fired!

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    Have to agree with matt there, its not simple stupidity, its criminal negligence - failure to appropriately protect private data.

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    Having re-read the initial post, I think most have missed the point.

    This is not FMS being moved to a new server, but a SIMS server (with FMS) being moved to a new domain.

    In which case the only real problems you will have is the issues surrounding security, me thinks.

    Re-do the security of your "Capita" area, this is where your data is stored.

    Re-run SIMSPERM.BAT, found in your SIMS setups folder, on each workstation.

    s:\sims\setups\simsperm <domain-name>\<security group name>

    Note: - The security group name is one you should have created in AD to allow easy control of users who need access to SIMS stuff, either create it, or replace the group name with each domain user-name. Easy if no-one hot-seats!

    Add the <security group name> to the loacl "Power Users" on each workstation.

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    Surely you would want to use GP to set the permissions?

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    yeah i use a gpo to set workstation security at the momment.

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