Can use "subinacl" to migrate printer permission to a new domain?

Chong 441 Reputation points
2023-01-19T02:13:47.2233333+00:00

Hi Support,

I need to migrate all servers from domain A to domain B. As we don't have resource to setup new server for migration, I setup domain trust and all file servers and print servers will join to new domain.

For the file server, it can use "subinacl" (/migratetodomain) to migrate permission so files can keep both domain A and domain B permission.

For the print server, I use "subinacl" (/printer /migratetodomain) but not work. I only can add/remove (by user one by one) but fail to migrate existing permission to new domain? Do "subinacl" work in printer migration?

Or any other suggestion to migrate print server?

Thanks

Best Regards

Chong

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  1. Limitless Technology 9,716 Reputation points
    2023-01-19T14:51:15.03+00:00

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting your query.

    Kindly follow the steps provided below to resolve your issue.

    (1)Make sure that the existing print drivers are compatible on the destination server(w2019).on the w2008R2 printer server,ensure that all print drivers are up to latest version and use universal print drivers when possible as well.

    (2)install the print and document services role on w2019 with different ip address from printer server 2008r2

    (3)export the queues,the drivers,the print objects and security settings from the source server into a printer data file.

    Go to this link for your reference and other troubleshooting procedures https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/4faa739a-700b-4bb2-b1b0-efd5c6508848/migrating-print-server-from-2008r2-to-2019?forum=winserverprint


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