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موضوع: import کردن کاربران از computer management

  
  1. #1
    نام حقيقي: سامان محمدی

    خواننده
    تاریخ عضویت
    Jul 2010
    محل سکونت
    اهواز
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    169
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    22
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    112

    import کردن کاربران از computer management

    سلام دوستان توی computer management یک export list هست که میشه نام کاربران رو export کرد،حالا همین export رو بخایم imprt کنیم باید چی کنیم چون همچین گزینه ای نداره



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  2. #2
    نام حقيقي: نیما

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    تاریخ عضویت
    Dec 2008
    محل سکونت
    urmia
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    77
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    13
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    ببین این مشکلتو حل میکنه: Local User and Group Migration Guide

    To export local users and groups from the source
    server




    • On the source server, do one of the following.
      • On computers that are running Windows Server 2008 R2, open a
        Windows Server Migration Tools custom Windows PowerShell session with elevated
        user rights. To do this, click Start, click
        Administrative Tools, click Windows Server Migration
        Tools
        , right-click the Windows Server Migration Tools
        shortcut, and then click Run as
        administrator
        .

    • If you opened the current Windows PowerShell session by using the Windows
      Server Migration Tools shortcut on the Start menu, skip this
      step and go on to the next. Only load the Windows Server Migration Tools snap-in
      in a Windows PowerShell session that was opened by using some other method, and
      into which the snap-in has not already been loaded.

      Load Windows Server Migration Tools into your Windows PowerShell session. To
      load Windows Server Migration Tools, type the following, and then press
      Enter.







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      Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Windows.ServerManager.Migration

    • Export local users and groups to a migration store. Type the following
      command, and then press Enter, in which
      MigrationStorePath represents the path of the location where you want
      to store migrated data.







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      Export-SmigServerSetting -User <Enabled | Disabled | All> -Group -Path <MigrationStorePath> -Verbose


      Use one of the following values with the -User parameter, as shown in the
      previous cmdlet.
      • Disabled Export only disabled local
        users
      • All Export both enabled and disabled
        local users


    You are prompted to provide a password to encrypt the migration store.
    Remember this password, because you must provide the same password to import
    data from the migration store on the destination server.

    If the path is not a shared location to which the destination
    server has access, you must copy the migration store to the destination server
    manually, or to a location that this destination server can access as it runs
    the Import-SmigServerSetting cmdlet.





    To import local users and groups to the destination
    server




    • Do one of the following.
      • On the destination server, open a Windows PowerShell session
        with elevated user rights. To do this, click Start, click
        All Programs, click Accessories, open the
        Windows PowerShell folder, right-click Windows
        PowerShell
        , and then click Run as
        administrator
        .

    • If you opened the current Windows PowerShell session by using the Windows
      Server Migration Tools shortcut on the Start menu, skip this
      step and go on to the next. Only load the Windows Server Migration Tools snap-in
      in a Windows PowerShell session that was opened by using some other method, and
      into which the snap-in has not already been loaded.

      Load Windows Server Migration Tools into your Windows PowerShell session. To
      load Windows Server Migration Tools, type the following, and then press
      Enter.







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      Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Windows.ServerManager.Migration

    • Import local users and groups from the migration store that you created in To export local users and groups from the source server.
      Type the following command, and then press Enter, in which
      MigrationStorePath represents the path of the location from which you
      want to import migrated data.







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      Import-SmigServerSetting -User <Enabled | Disabled | All> -Group -Path <MigrationStorePath> -Verbose


      Use one of the following values with the -User parameter, as
      shown in the previous cmdlet.
      • Disabled Import only disabled local
        users
      • All Import both enabled and disabled
        local users




کلمات کلیدی در جستجوها:

&lt;MigrationStorePath&gt;

nttac local users and groups

دسترسی به computer management local

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