Dario RG 1 Reputation point

Hola tengo que migrar usuarios de un dominio Windows Server 2012 a un Windows Server 2019, y necesito mantener el mismo nombre de dominio que tengo hoy y los perfiles de los usuarios del dominio actual, cosa que cuando ingresen al dominio nuevo , que va a tener el mismo nombre que el actual, a los usuarios les mantenga el perfil con susu accesos directos, configuracion de correo electronico con outlook, sus carpetas etc
Los clientes son Windows 10 y Windows 7
Muchas Gracias

Windows Server Migration
Windows Server Migration
Windows Server: A family of Microsoft server operating systems that support enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications.Migration: The process of making existing applications and data work on a different computer or operating system.
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  1. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP

    QnA forums are currently English only. I'd try asking for help over here in dedicated forums.

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  2. Dario RG 1 Reputation point

    Thank you Patrick, i´ll see the links you send me and let you know any question. Thanks for the help !!!

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  3. Dario RG 1 Reputation point

    I saw the information you sent and it did not help me much, I need to migrate users from one domain, maintain their profile, (Windows Server 2012) to another (Windows Server 2019) and that the new domain is called the same as the old one. Thank you

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  4. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP

    The two prerequisites to introducing the first 2019 domain controller are that domain functional level needs to be 2008 or higher and older sysvol FRS replication needs to have been migrated to DFSR

    I'd use dcdiag / repadmin tools to verify health correcting all errors found before starting any operations. Then stand up the new 2019, patch it fully, license it, join existing domain, add active directory domain services, promote it also making it a GC (recommended), transfer FSMO roles over, transfer pdc emulator role, use dcdiag / repadmin tools to again verify health, when all is good you can decommission / demote old one, remove from network. Then rename, and re-ip it.

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  5. Fan Fan 15,291 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    I will reply to you with English.

    Based on my understanding, you just want to upgrade your 2012 DC to the 2019 DC, right?
    If i misunderstand you, feel free to let us know.

    The minimum requirement to add a Windows Server 2019 Domain Controller is a Windows Server 2008 functional level. The domain also must use DFS-R as the engine to replicate SYSVOL.
    If you want to check if the DFSR is used for the Sysvol replication, the following command can be used:
    dfsrmig.exe /getglobalstate
    If the Result: 3 (ELIMINATED) the DFSR is used for the replication.
    If not, FRS should be migrated to DFSR:

    Before Migrate the FRS TO DFSR, make sure the functional level is 2008 or higher.
    To raise the forest functional level
    Open Active Directory Domains and Trusts. To open Active Directory Domains and Trusts, click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Domains and Trusts.
    In the console tree, right-click Active Directory Domains and Trusts, and then click Raise Forest Functional Level.
    In Select an available forest functional level, select the value and then click Raise.

    Then before adding the new dc, we should also make sure everything is working well, following command for your reference:
    Dcdiag /v >c:\dcdiag1.log
    Repadmin /showrepl >C:\repl.txt
    Repadmin /showreps *
    Last, the new DC can be added, following for your reference:
    https://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0001262(third-party link)
    Please note that:
    It is suggested having at least 2 DCs in one single domain.
    Before any critical changes for the DCs, remember to do a full backup of the DCs

    This response contains a third-party link. We provide this link for easy reference. Microsoft cannot guarantee the validity of any information and content in this link.

    Best Regards,