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Old 06-02-2008
Edmond
 
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Sid history permission

Hi there,

I've got a problem on the migration of w2k to w2k3 via ADMT. After trying
migrate user account from w2k to w2k3. I can't access the w2k file server
from a w2k3 workstaion. The error is "access denied". I've verify the Sid
already migrate to w2k3 sid history attribute. Is it I misconfig anything?

My steps lists:
- set external trust between two site and verify/validate sucess
- install admt v3 on target domain (w2k3)
- set local security group called w2k$$$ (domain name) on source domain
- set TcpipClientSupport on source domain regristry
- set audit enable on both doamin
- set PES services on source domain
- migrate user account, enable user sid migrate

Thanks for any idea.

Edmond


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Old 06-02-2008
Tim Kalligonis
 
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Re: Sid history permission

Did you disable the SID filtering?

If you go to the help in a MMC and search for "Disabling SID Filtering" you
will find some good information. Here is a piece of it for you.

Disabling SID Filtering
Although it is not recommended, you can disable SID filtering for an
external trust by using the Netdom.exe tool. You should consider disabling
SID filtering only in the following situations:

a.. You have the same level of trust for all administrators who have
physical access to domain controllers in the trusted domain as the
administrators in the trusting domain.
b.. You have a strict requirement to assign universal groups to resources
in the trusting domain that were not created in the trusted domain.
c.. Users have been migrated to the trusted domain with their SID
histories preserved, and you want to grant them access to resources in the
trusting domain based on the SIDHistory attribute.
Only domain administrators can disable SID filtering. To disable SID
filtering for the trusting domain, type the following syntax at a
command-prompt:

Netdom trust TrustingDomainName /domain:TrustedDomainName /quarantine:No
/usero:domainadministratorAcct /passwordo:domainadminpwd

To enable SID filtering, set the /quarantine: command-line option to Yes.
For more information about Netdom.exe, see Active Directory support tools.

You can enable or disable SID filtering only from the trusting side of the
trust. If the trust is a two-way trust, you can also disable SID filtering
in the trusted domain by using the domain administrator's credentials for
the trusted domain and reversing the TrustingDomainName and
TrustedDomainName values in the command-line syntax.

Notes

a.. To further secure your forest, you should consider enabling SID
filtering on all existing external trusts that were created by domain
controllers running Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (or earlier). You can do
this by using Netdom.exe to enable SID filtering on existing external
trusts, or by recreating these external trusts from a domain controller
running Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (or later).
b.. You cannot turn off the default behavior that enables SID filtering
for newly created external trusts.
c.. External trusts created from domain controllers running Windows 2000
Service Pack 3 (or earlier) do not enforce SID filtering by default.
d.. Domain controllers running Windows NT Server 4.0 do not take part in
the trust creation process when existing domain controllers in the same
domain are running Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003.
e.. You can enable or disable SID filtering only for trusts that extend
beyond forest boundaries such as external and forest trusts. For more
information about SID filtering and forest trusts, see Forest trusts.





"Edmond" <Edmond@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:D1D20DDE-DE9A-4E44-B983-7BF9DA937D04@microsoft.com...
> Hi there,
>
> I've got a problem on the migration of w2k to w2k3 via ADMT. After trying
> migrate user account from w2k to w2k3. I can't access the w2k file server
> from a w2k3 workstaion. The error is "access denied". I've verify the Sid
> already migrate to w2k3 sid history attribute. Is it I misconfig anything?
>
> My steps lists:
> - set external trust between two site and verify/validate sucess
> - install admt v3 on target domain (w2k3)
> - set local security group called w2k$$$ (domain name) on source domain
> - set TcpipClientSupport on source domain regristry
> - set audit enable on both doamin
> - set PES services on source domain
> - migrate user account, enable user sid migrate
>
> Thanks for any idea.
>
> Edmond
>





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Old 06-02-2008
Edmond
 
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Re: Sid history permission

Thank, it's work. Then, I can move to next step to migrate all file server
folder to new domain via sidwalk after migrate all user to new w2k3 domain.

"Tim Kalligonis" wrote:

> Did you disable the SID filtering?
>
> If you go to the help in a MMC and search for "Disabling SID Filtering" you
> will find some good information. Here is a piece of it for you.
>
> Disabling SID Filtering
> Although it is not recommended, you can disable SID filtering for an
> external trust by using the Netdom.exe tool. You should consider disabling
> SID filtering only in the following situations:
>
> a.. You have the same level of trust for all administrators who have
> physical access to domain controllers in the trusted domain as the
> administrators in the trusting domain.
> b.. You have a strict requirement to assign universal groups to resources
> in the trusting domain that were not created in the trusted domain.
> c.. Users have been migrated to the trusted domain with their SID
> histories preserved, and you want to grant them access to resources in the
> trusting domain based on the SIDHistory attribute.
> Only domain administrators can disable SID filtering. To disable SID
> filtering for the trusting domain, type the following syntax at a
> command-prompt:
>
> Netdom trust TrustingDomainName /domain:TrustedDomainName /quarantine:No
> /usero:domainadministratorAcct /passwordo:domainadminpwd
>
> To enable SID filtering, set the /quarantine: command-line option to Yes.
> For more information about Netdom.exe, see Active Directory support tools.
>
> You can enable or disable SID filtering only from the trusting side of the
> trust. If the trust is a two-way trust, you can also disable SID filtering
> in the trusted domain by using the domain administrator's credentials for
> the trusted domain and reversing the TrustingDomainName and
> TrustedDomainName values in the command-line syntax.
>
> Notes
>
> a.. To further secure your forest, you should consider enabling SID
> filtering on all existing external trusts that were created by domain
> controllers running Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (or earlier). You can do
> this by using Netdom.exe to enable SID filtering on existing external
> trusts, or by recreating these external trusts from a domain controller
> running Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (or later).
> b.. You cannot turn off the default behavior that enables SID filtering
> for newly created external trusts.
> c.. External trusts created from domain controllers running Windows 2000
> Service Pack 3 (or earlier) do not enforce SID filtering by default.
> d.. Domain controllers running Windows NT Server 4.0 do not take part in
> the trust creation process when existing domain controllers in the same
> domain are running Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003.
> e.. You can enable or disable SID filtering only for trusts that extend
> beyond forest boundaries such as external and forest trusts. For more
> information about SID filtering and forest trusts, see Forest trusts.
>
>
>
>
>
> "Edmond" <Edmond@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:D1D20DDE-DE9A-4E44-B983-7BF9DA937D04@microsoft.com...
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I've got a problem on the migration of w2k to w2k3 via ADMT. After trying
> > migrate user account from w2k to w2k3. I can't access the w2k file server
> > from a w2k3 workstaion. The error is "access denied". I've verify the Sid
> > already migrate to w2k3 sid history attribute. Is it I misconfig anything?
> >
> > My steps lists:
> > - set external trust between two site and verify/validate sucess
> > - install admt v3 on target domain (w2k3)
> > - set local security group called w2k$$$ (domain name) on source domain
> > - set TcpipClientSupport on source domain regristry
> > - set audit enable on both doamin
> > - set PES services on source domain
> > - migrate user account, enable user sid migrate
> >
> > Thanks for any idea.
> >
> > Edmond
> >

>
>
>

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Old 11-02-2008
Edmond
 
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Admt agent failed to install

Hi,

Does any know what cause the below error when I start to install agent on
translation security wizard?

2008-02-11 17:19:11 The Active Directory Migration Tool Agent will be
installed on w2k3svr1.w2003.local
2008-02-11 17:19:24
CopyFile(C:\WINDOWS\ADMT\\McsVarSetMin.dll,\\w2k3svr1.w2003.local\ADMIN$\OnePointDomainAgent\McsVarS etMin.dll)
rc=32 The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another
process.
2008-02-11 17:19:24 ERR2:7006 Failed to install agent on
\\w2k3svr1.w2003.local, rc=32 The process cannot access the file because it
is being used by another process.
2008-02-11 17:19:24 ERR2:7678 Unable to copy files to the remote machine.
hr=0x80070020. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by
another process.

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