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1. Set Daylight Savings Time ... 3

a. Have client log into Novell/Local Machine with Administrator Account...3

b. Access Adjust Date/Time...3

c. Make sure the time zone is set to Central Time...3

2. Create Migrator Account ... 3

a. Navigate to Local Users and Groups to add New User ...3

b. Add "migrator" as a new user ...4

3. Assign Migrator Account to Administrator group ... 4

a. Get into Users Properties...4

b. Open the new Migrator account Properties box...4

c. Type "administrators" in the Select Groups dialog box ...5

4. Copy files & folders from the user’s profile ... 5

a. Get into C:\Documents & Settings\UserName (Where UserName is the current profile where the user saves their documents.) ...5

5. Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP ... 6

a. Get into Local Area Connection ...6

b. Check IP address settings ...6

c. Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP ...6

6. Remove Novell Client... 7

a. Navigate to the Local Area Connections...7

b. Remove Novell Client in Local Area Connection Properties...7

c. Reboot if asked and log in as Migrator...7

d. Join OSU Domain ...7

e. Get into "Computer Name" tab My Computer Properties ...8

f. When asked to authenticate: ...8

g. At the Welcome screen, click OK...8

h. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot check to make sure all files are still available...8

i. Reboot...8

7. First-Time Client Log-In to the new Domain ... 8

a. Computer restart and initial login screen ...8

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b. Have the client log in with her or his new username and password. ...8

8. Verification of DNS settings (or ipconfig check) ... 9

a. Open a Command window...9

b. At the Command prompt, get IP address...9

c. Verify the IP addresses ...9

d. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot check to make sure all files are still available...9

9. Add the client's new Administrator account ... 10

a. Log into the MIGRATOR account ...10

b. Get to Administrator's properties...10

c. Log in with the client's personal migration service account (not Migrator) if you get an Authentication dialog box...11

10. Copy the User Profile ... 11

a. Get into User Profiles...11

b. Copy User Profile...12

c. Copy profile to the new username folder in the Copy To dialog box...12

d. Put the new profile into "osu\[username]" ...12

e. Enter your personal migration account if you get an Authentication dialog box ...13

f. If the profile copy fails, settings will be lost, however the files that were saved should still be located in the BackUp directory. ...13

g. Close dialog boxes and restart computer to finish the process ...13

11. Client Login to the OSU Domain ... 13

a. Logging in if Novell Client login screen appears ...13

b. Logging in if the Windows login screen appears ...14

c. If the profile copy failed, move (not copy) the folders from BackUp to the new profile created when the user logged in...14

d. If the profile copy did not fail, delete the Back up folder you created in step 4a iii...14

12. AFTER MAIL MIGRATION: ... 14

a. Delete the temporary administrator accounts ...14

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Active Directory Setup Instructions

1. Set Daylight Savings Time

a. Have client log into Novell/Local Machine with Administrator Account

b. Access Adjust Date/Time

i. Double-click the time in the lower right-hand corner of

the Desktop on the taskbar.

ii. Click on the tab labeled "Time Zone."

c. Make sure the time zone is set to Central Time

i. A checkmark should be in the box labeled:

"Automatically adjust clock to daylight savings time…"

ii. Click OK

2. Create Migrator Account

a. Navigate to Local Users and Groups to add New User

i. Right-click on My Computer, Select Manage

ii. Select Local Users and Groups and expand

iii. Right-click Users and select New User in the drop

down box.

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b. Add "migrator" as a new user

i. Add new user in the New User dialog box

ii. Assign "migrator" as the username for the new (administrative) account

iii. In the "Full Name" blank, add your name (for reference)

iv. Assign and confirm the password, which is

"M1gration"

v. Uncheck the item "User must change password at

next logon"

vi. Click Create and then Close.

3. Assign Migrator Account to Administrator group

a. Get into Users Properties

i. (Right-click My Computer, Select Manage, Select Users)

b. Open the new Migrator account Properties box

i. Click the "Member Of" tab

ii. Click "Add" at the bottom left area of the box

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c. Type "administrators" in the Select Groups dialog box

i. Type "administrators" in the blank labeled Enter the object names to select"

ii. Click "OK"

iii. Click "OK" in the next dialog box to finalize

4. Copy files & folders from the user’s profile

a. Get into C:\Documents & Settings\UserName (Where UserName is the current profile where the user saves their documents.)

i. Open “My Computer” or press á + E on the

keyboard.

ii. Locate the local Hard Disk (usually C:\).

iii. Create a folder named “BackUp” on the Hard Disk.

iv. Create four subfolders in “Back Up” Folder named

“Favorites”, “Documents”, “Desktop”, and “Start Up”

v. Open the each folder (Desktop, Favorites,

Documents, and Start up) on the C: Drive. Then in the Back up folder you created, move all

information within each folder and then paste it in the new subfolders you created in step iv.

vi. Once all files have been copied, select all of the directories in BackUp, right

click one of the selected folders, and select properties. Make a note of the Size or Size on Disk properties and compare these with each login that you do throughout the instructions. Also “spot check” the files with each login to ensure that the Migrator account and the client’s account can see the files.

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5. Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP

a. Get into Local Area Connection

i. Right-click on the My Network Place or Network

Neighborhood

ii. Click Properties

iii. In the Network Connections dialog box…

iv. Right-click on the Local Area Connection

v. Select Properties.

b. Check IP address settings

i. Scroll down in the Local Area Connection dialog box

ii. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

iii. Click Properties

iv. Be sure you are now in the General tab area of the

Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties; while there…

v. Verify that the check box is checked for "Obtain an

IP address automatically"

vi. Click Advanced.

c. Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP

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i. Click the WINS tab to enter the next area

ii. From the WINS tab, confirm that Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP is selected.

iii. Click OK on the Advanced Window

iv. Click OK on the TCPIP Window, to bring you back to Network Properties

dialog box.

v. Verify that the File and Printer Sharing for

Microsoft Networks is checked.

vi. Click Close

vii. Verify that Client for Microsoft Networks is

checked

viii. Click OK

6. Remove Novell Client

a. Navigate to the Local Area Connections

i. Right-click My Network Places

ii. Select Properties

b. Remove Novell Client in Local Area Connection Properties

i. Click Novell Client for Windows (should be near the

top of the list)

ii. Click Uninstall

iii. "Yes" in the confirmation of the Uninstall request

iv. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot

check to make sure all files are still available.

c. Reboot if asked and log in as Migrator d. Join OSU Domain

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e. Get into "Computer Name" tab My Computer Properties

i. Right-click My Computer

ii. Click Properties

iii. Click the "Computer Name" tab

iv. In the Computer Name tab, click the Change button

v. Click the Domain radio button in the Computer

Name Changes box

vi. Type OSU in the blank

vii. Click OK

f. When asked to authenticate:

i. Log in as you, using your personal account

g. At the Welcome screen, click OK

i. You will need to restart the computer.

ii. Click OK

iii. Click OK to restart the computer

h. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot check to make sure all files are still available.

i. Reboot

7. First-Time Client Log-In to the new Domain

a. Computer restart and initial login screen

b. Have the client log in with her or his new username and password.

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i. Click OK

8. Verification of DNS settings (or ipconfig check)

a. Open a Command window

i. Click Start; then click Run

ii. In the Run dialog box: type in "cmd" (without quotations)

b. At the Command prompt, get IP address

i. Then type in "ipconfig /all" and then press Enter

c. Verify the IP addresses

i. Note: If these settings are not

correct…You many need to change these settings manually.

d. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot check to make sure all files are still available.

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9. Add the client's new Administrator account

a. Log into the MIGRATOR account

i. Use "migrator" for the login name

ii. Log into the Local Domain (not OSU domain)

iii. Check the size of the folders in the BackUp directory as well as perform a spot

check to make sure all files are still available.

b. Get to Administrator's properties

i. Right-click on the My Computer icon

ii. Select Manage

iii. Expand the Local Users and Groups file by clicking on

iv. the "+" sign.

v. Click the Groups folder

vi. Double-click the Administrators group and click the

vii. Add button in Administrator Properties

viii. In the space provided "Enter the object names to select"

Type: osu\[username], where "[username]" is the new

username the client received when activating her/his

account.

ix. Click Check Names

x. Click "OK"

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c. Log in with the client's personal migration service account (not Migrator) if you get an Authentication dialog box

i. Click OK

ii. Close the computer management console

10. Copy the User Profile

a. Get into User Profiles

i. Right-click My Computer on the Desktop and select

Properties

ii. Click the Advanced tab in the System Properties

dialog box

iii. In User Profiles, click the Settings button under User

Profiles

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b. Copy User Profile

i. Select the user profile with previous username

ii. Make sure the file size is less than 2 GB

NOTE: If the username is the same as that of the

computer, choose the profile that begins with the name of the computer, rather than the one that begins with osu

ALSO NOTE: If the user profile is greater than 2 GB, find the largest folder and copy the contents of this folder to a temporary folder on the root of C:\.

iii. Click "Copy To"

c. Copy profile to the new username folder in the Copy To dialog box

i. Click the Browse button

ii. Browse to the C: drive

iii. Browse to the Documents and Settings folder.

iv. Select the folder with the new username (in this case,

"pistolpete")

NOTE: If the new username is the same as the old, select the folder that is followed by .osu or .000 or some other designation

v. Click OK

d. Put the new profile into "osu\[username]"

i. Click Change on the Copy To dialog box.

ii. In the space provided, type: osu\[username]

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Example: osu\pistolpete…(where "[username]" is the new username the client received when activating their account.

iii. Click Check Names

If the name is found,log in when prompted to user account. The format of the displayed name will

change: the username will be followed by parentheses and the firstname.lastname@okstate.edu email address will show.

iv. Click "OK"

e. Enter your personal migration account if you get an Authentication dialog box

i. Enter your personal Migration Service (personal migration)

account (not Migrator).

ii. Click OK to begin

iii. In the next dialog box (Copy To), click OK to begin

copying the profile

You will be notified that the existing folder with the new username will be deleted and rebuilt.

iv. Click Yes.

If a problem occurs while attempting to delete the folder… restart the computer, and begin again at Step 4. DO NOT USE "LOG OFF!!

During the file progress the cursor will change to an hourglass and no other indicator will appear.

Once the copy process is complete, the Copy To dialogue box will disappear.

f. If the profile copy fails, settings will be lost, however the files that were saved should still be located in the BackUp directory.

g. Close dialog boxes and restart computer to finish the process

11. Client Login to the OSU Domain

a. Logging in if Novell Client login screen appears

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i. Click the Workstation Only checkbox. This will leave only the Windows tab

available.

ii. Click the Advanced button to expand the options

iii. Ensure that the From field (at the bottom) lists the domain name (i.e. osu) and

not a computer name (i.e. PetesPC) b. Logging in if the Windows login screen appears

i. Click the Options button to expand the options if the domain field is not visible.

ii. Ensure that the Log on to field lists the domain name (i.e. osu) and not a

computer name (i.e. PetesPC)

iii. Enter the username and password the user obtained during activation

c. If the profile copy failed, move (not copy) the folders from BackUp to the new profile created when the user logged in.

d. If the profile copy did not fail, delete the Back up folder you created in step 4a iii.

12. AFTER MAIL MIGRATION:

a. Delete the temporary administrator accounts

i. Get into Administrator account (see #3 above for more details)

ii. Delete the temporary administrator accounts

iii. In the User's menu, select the Migrator account

iv. Click Remove

v. Select your personal account

vi. Click Remove

vii. Click OK to finish.

viii. Get into Explorer

ix. Delete the Migrator folder

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