ADMT Problem – Active Directory Migration Tool v3 to do a Win2k3 to Win2k3 migration

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I'm using the Active Directory Migration Tool v3 to do a Win2k3 to Win2k3 migration. Different forrest. my scenarion is that when i m try to migrate a userA FROM domain A to domain B . and that user A is also member of print operators and administrators built in account. when it migrated to domain B and then i checked the membership of userA , it does not show the group membership ( print operators, administrators). i check the ADMT log file. it show the warning : WRN1:7372 ADMT does not process BUILTIN accounts or change the membership of BUILTIN groups (Administrators, etc.). Skipping LDAP://otherforest.com/CN=Print Operators my concern is that after migration we have to do manully add thoes built in account ?
ASKED: May 29, 2008  7:13 AM
UPDATED: May 29, 2008  1:59 PM

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Based on the error I would have to say that you will have to add the users back in manually.

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