I understand but the other postings shown only the langportsgc.local.
Anyway still the trust problem will exist. If you follow the ADMT documentation
you will see that there are a lot steps involved where you have to take care
about. And one requirement is a working trust between the source and the
Unfortunal Domain migration isn't that easy like copying files between servers.
I suggest to add the workstations to the domain and create the 10 user accounts
new. BTW, 50 workstations and 10 users?
What you can check out is to use ldifde to export the AD data from the NOT
SBS domain to import but NOT ALL attributes will be ex/imported that way
und you have to do some manual work.
See the following link AND TEST IT BEFORE: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555636/en-us
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> The domains are not the same, the other one has gc suffix.
> langports.local and langportsgc.local.
> But why do I need to create trust? I thought I can take users from
> site2 via ADMT and then put them into site1 domain. done.
> Ain't that easy, right?