Migration: Move a user from one domain (Child Domain) to another domain (Parent Domain).

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Hi, Please tell me the step that how to move a user from a child domain to the parent domain. Since if we move a user from child domain to parent domain The SID will change The UPN Prefix will be changed and Etc.. In this case how can we migrate. Note: i know that the SID can be maintained via SID History. What about the UPN. And also please let me know whether any other changes will happen to USER other than this. Thanks PREM

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Here’s a document straight from Microsoft on the migration plans: http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/9/4/a94c5f56-f7b5-4ec8-bcaa-1eadf84c4e3f/V3MigGuide.doc

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Hi,
Using ADMT is easy but it will be quit difficult.
I think for this we can use MOVE TREE Command
Please find the link below for the same

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/238394

Since for moving a Object between a single domain we can go for the command movetree.exe

Thanks
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