Migrate/Copy printer server permission from domain A to domain B

Chong 21 Reputation points
2022-11-09T06:53:39.13+00:00

Hi,

I just migrated my domain object to a new domain by ADMT.
We have some printer servers in domain A, but we won't setup new server to migrate them. The plan is disjoint the servers from domain A and then rejoin to domain B

Any way we can migrate/copy the permission base on the old domain object?
(e.g. user1@jaswant .com to user1@xyz .com)

Thanks

Best Regards
Chong

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  1. Amit Singh 4,861 Reputation points
    2022-11-11T08:47:55.687+00:00

    Set up a new print server in the new domain and have the users change where they print. This can be done with a PowerShell script, VB scripts, or manually. Then go and use GPOs to assign printers to AD groups. Once the users are moved off the old print server, shut it down.


  2. Alan Morris 1,156 Reputation points
    2022-11-22T13:56:19.543+00:00

    Hi,

    Did you remove the Everyone Print permission?

    If not then there is nothing to do for printer permissions unless you configured administrative permissions for the printer.

    The next question is if you publish printers to the DC?

    If yes, be sure to unpublish all your printer before changing domains.

    Once you join the next domain you can publish the printers.

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