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    Moving & mapping user areas on new server/domain

    Hi

    I'm going to upgrading our old network to a brand new one over summer.

    Users currently have stupid usernames & no ad structure

    How can I create these users on my new sever on the new domain with a new username, and easily port across their documents an map them somehow to the right user? I have a feeling it's not possible, and do the 60 odd staff manually

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    As you say, unfortunately I think the only way is manually. The alternative would be to leave existing pupils on the old format, then create new pupils in your format.

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