Tag Archives: ADMT

Active Directory Scripting Highlight: Test Basic Network Connectivity with PowerShell

Throughout my work with domain migrations, there are inevitably some very basic steps before getting deep into User attributes, Groups, Computers, and the myriad of ways that client applications use Active Directory that need to be transitioned to a new … Continue reading


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Active Directory Script Highlight: Pre-Migration Group Policy Inventory and Cleanup

Todays Active Directory cleanup topic looks at Group Policy Objects.  In most of the environments I have prepared for migrations, old Group Policy objects are another problem area that should be cleaned up before an Active Directory migration. In many … Continue reading

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Active Directory Script Highlight: Identify Old Computer Objects Before AD Migrations

In the last of my Active Directory cleanup post, I have given you some options to identify, disable, and move User objects based on a certain time of inactivity.  In this post I am going to give you some simple … Continue reading

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Computer Account Domain Migration Oddities – No Access to ADMIN$ share

When attempting to run the Security Translation Wizard to ensure resources like Local Profiles, Printers, Mapped Drives, Desktop, etc… are migrated over when users start to logon with their migrated user accounts, I ran into an odd error within ADMT. … Continue reading

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