I have two AD Forests with users/groups in both. Current file server is in old forest domain and need to add the new forest domain users and groups to the files/folders. ADMT was used but admin did not copy SID information or migrate the file server at the time of the new forest creation. Will probably need to query AD for SAMAccountNames in powershell as groups and usernames should be same with a few exceptions.
There is a powershell script for reference that does the mapping but it creates a separate folder structure and isn't working in my environment they way I need it to. You will not have access to the server so will need your own test environment but I can also test the script as needed.
Example script I found below:
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Hello, I am Prosenjit an expert in AWS, Azure, VMware and multiple Microsoft technologies. I have my own LAB to reproduce the scenario and test the script. I need to know folder structure of your environment, so th Plus
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Hello, Yes i am already having an exp in the powershell script writing and we have done. You can check my developer some POC work: [login to view URL] Thanks Shuchi
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I would need some more information regarding on why the SIDs aren't working correctly and the users are still able to login. Regarding the script, I would change the focus and add the new domain groups/users to the leg Plus
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