Problem with moving files to NTFS volume: – Files disappear after moving– Denial of access when user is only authorized in the target-directory Here, we provide you with a detailed solution including an example, screenshots and the ACL settings.
It is possible to connect a user source from the AD to a ZCM server. I will explain you step-by-step how to do this using the ZENworks control center.
During an Active Directory migration, problems with SharePoint People Picker in the SharePoint environment can occur. Duplicate entries for user accounts are being displayed. You can correct the view with a configured filter.
Email migrations with Quest Migration Manager for Exchange are executed with minimal impact for the end user. One main reason for this is that both inboxes (in source and target) will be equipped with automatic redirections, depending on which inbox is active. For these redirections Quest Migration Manager for Exchange generates so called Email Redirection […]
In almost every Active Directory migration project the following question comes up at one point or another: Are the Domain Local Groups (DLG) migrated or not?
One of the basic principles of an Active Directory domain migration is the access to resources in the source domain based on SIDHistory information of the migrated user-account or group. The SID of the object in the source domain is written into the SIDHistory attribute of the object in the target domain. This enables the […]
During the migrations of user profiles at a customer’s, we came across an interesting fact: The user running the copy process became the owner of the folder in the target by default. However our tool was supposed to set the ownership on the AD user who owned the folder before the migration.
A couple of weeks ago I had to migrate about 5,000 clients from Novell OES eDirectory to an Active Directory domain. None of the workstations were members of a NT- or AD-domain at that time. But still ADMT was our tool of choice.
Fix the following OWA search error: “The Action couldn’t be completed. Please try again.” Try to reset the seach index to fix the problem.
I have frequently searched for information about the running time of the reACLing process and have found little. Because of this I want to share some information about reACLing NetApp Filers with you.
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