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Computer help (top level AD stuff. Not my computer is slow) - November 13, 2006, 07:42 AM

Ok. Trying to migrate a NT4 domain to 2003 AD. My problem is that some of the computer's "change primary dns suffix when domain membership changes" check box might not be checked.

Does anyone know of a way to automate (through scripts or whatever) to check this box? Any good sources on the VB code?


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November 13, 2006, 08:13 AM

looks like there's tons of info. It's a bit out of my league though...

http://www.google.com/search?q=NT4+d...en-US:official
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More specifically...

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=262376
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I think you could run a batch job and push it to all the computers via SMS, but that's out of my league too. Cripes may know, he's a Senior Sys Admin or something at AOHELL.


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November 13, 2006, 08:42 AM

So am I (a sr systems engineer). Thanks ThrustinJZX6. Ive seen and read those articles and they dont exactly help. I did figure it out on my own (well sort of). Looking through some old scripts I found a registry Key that must be set.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\Parameters]
Set the data value of the SyncDomainWithMembership value name, a REG_DWORD data type, to 1.

Yep. Ill just use psexec to push the registry change across the domain since it doesn't require a reboot and SMS aint exactly working right now. This is some poindexter shit BOOOOOYY!


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November 13, 2006, 08:54 AM

Use the domain logon script and teh Regedit utility.
Simply create a text file with the registry change, and have the Regedit utility apply it to the computer at logon.


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no logon script in the nt domain. Something I inherited. The AD domain will have it but its a moot point. I need all migrated machines to join the new domain with updated DNS suffix so I got to do it before and not after.


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November 13, 2006, 09:06 AM

Wow, moving an NT4 domain? Pretty wild


I've sometimes found some good stuff on http://www.scripts.com/ - Not necessarily a specific fix, but sometimes enough to get you thinking in the right direction...


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Now that I think about it a little more, if it's a reg setting... Is there a common service account that you could use to authenticate to these machines? Why not just script setting the reg key and run it from wherever you want? Would circumvent the no logon script problem and you could run it from (almost) anywhere. Crude? Yup But it'll probably work.

Before I go looking too stupid, how big a network are we talking about?


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Now that I think about it a little more, if it's a reg setting... Is there a common service account that you could use to authenticate to these machines? Why not just script setting the reg key and run it from wherever you want? Would circumvent the no logon script problem and you could run it from (almost) anywhere. Crude? Yup But it'll probably work.

Before I go looking too stupid, how big a network are we talking about?

about 400-500 machines. I already ran psexec as a admin and applied the registry key to each machine. All got hit except the ones that were not on the network.

Migrating from a NT domain with no logon script is horrible. It will be fun doing this and seeing if most of the people in my domain like it. I just hate NT. We have like 160 domain admins. Yep. This migration is gonna make about 152 people mad because they wont have it anymore.


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