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    Active Direcoty Migration Tool Problem

    Hi,

    I am getting thr attached error when i am trying to migrate account from one domain to another.

    How exactly should i have the 2 domains setup do they have to be in a trust or something?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Hi,

    I am getting thr attached error when i am trying to migrate account from one domain to another.

    How exactly should i have the 2 domains setup do they have to be in a trust or something?
    Yep, you should have a two-way trust set up between them as otherwise they won't be able to read one another.

    You also need to make sure that you can ping each domain from the other.

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    Thanks, if i do some test migrations before the actuall ones will it make any changes to the course accounts please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Thanks, if i do some test migrations before the actuall ones will it make any changes to the course accounts please?

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    Not as far as I'm aware.

    To double check you could always create a dummy account and migrate that as a test?

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