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Ideal Migration

IDEAL MIGRATION® manages your Windows NT/2000/2003 domain consolidation and provides reliable migration to Windows 2000 and Windows 2003.

Its whole functionnalities and its compatibility with Windows 2000 make it one of the strongest on the market.

Once your migration or consolidation plan is established, IDEAL MIGRATION manages the transfer of required objects for the good execution of your mission.

IDEAL MIGRATION is the indispensable tool for the re-organization of your IT system.

It also presents, other functionnalities which allow you to be more selective on the objects to transfer :

moving of some shared folders from a server to another,
moving of user accounts from a domain to another,
moving of file and folder securities from a server to another,
automatic addition/modification of printers relative to a backup configuration.

Other strong point, exportation and importation of objects are made with CSV files. Those files can be easily installed in a database, modified or even created by yourself.

 

CHARACTERISTICS

Runs under MMC 1.1 or higher
NT 3.51/4.00 domain consolidation
Migration from Windows NT domains to Windows 2000
Migration from Windows 2000 to Windows NT domains
Windows 2000 domain consolidation
Off-line and on-line migration
Migrate user account passwords from Windows NT / 2000 to Windows NT / 2000
SIDHistory management
Migrate Terminal Server properties
Transfer all your file and directory permissions
Manage multiple source computers/domains
Manage multiple destination computers/domains
Record object properties into CSV files
Three modes : Add, Modify, or Add and Modify
Migration wizard
Migration by category
Selected objects migration on one or several computers/domains
Consolidated/Migrated objects
Computer accounts, user groups, user accounts, group memberships, organisational units, shared folders, printers ports, printers, file and folder securities.

 

FAQ

Is-it possible to proceed remote migrations ?
IDEAL MIGRATION manages, starting from an administration station, all servers/domains declared on your network. It's thus not necessary to install IDEAL MIGRATION on servers to be migrated.

Does anyone have to interrupt server operations to proceed to migration ?
The data transfer doesn't require a full stop or interrupt of servers. Those continue to be operationnal during the migration phase.

Can users passwords be preserved ?
IDEAL MIGRATION makes it possible to preserve users passwords while you transfer them from and to any Windows NT / 2000 systems.

Is it possible to run the French or English release of IDEAL MIGRATION on systems using another language ?
You can install IDEAL MIGRATION on any Windows NT or Windows 2000 system, and this whatever language used on your operating system.

Is it necessary that servers/domains are connected to carry out the data transfer ?
IDEAL MIGRATION manages Off-line migrations : not approved domains, disconnected or interrupted servers. The migration is run into two distinct phases : data exportation from source computers/domains, importation on destination computers/domains.

Does IDEAL MIGRATION make it possible to record into a database the differents objects contained on servers/domains ?
IDEAL MIGRATION exports data (computers, groups, users, shares) in a CSV file format. Those files can be easily converted into a database. Computers/domains number which can be treated during exportation is not limited.

Is it possible to select objects to transfer ?
IDEAL MIGRATION allows you to select objects to be exported. This selection can be done of several ways : by using right mouse button click on objects inside the MMC, by using a manual selection of objects on the different computers/domains.

 

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