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User Profile WizardCorporate EditionUser GuideRelease 22.0ForensiT Limited, Innovation Centre Medway, Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent, ME5 9FDEngland.Copyright 2021 ForensiT Limited. All Rights Reserved

ContentsContents . 2Introducing User Profile Wizard . 6Installation. 7Installing . 7Licensing . 8Deployment Files . 8What have I got? . 9Overview . 10Getting Started . 11Step 1 - Welcome . 12Step 2 – Config File. 12Step 3 – Domain Information . 13Step 4 – Domain Administrator . 14Step 5 – Workstation Information . 15Step 6 – Existing Domain . 17Step 7 – Update sIDHistory . 18Step 8 – User Account Options . 19Step 9 – VPN Settings . 20Step 10 – Run Options . 21Step 11 – Script Options . 22Step 12 – Follow on Script . 23Congratulations . 24What did we just do? . 25Migrating User Profiles with User Profile Wizard . 27Welcome . 28Select Computer . 28Select a User Profile . 31Select a User Profile (Personal Edition) . 33User Account Information . 34

Migrating Profile . 37Congratulations! . 38Automating Enterprise Migrations . 39Introduction . 39Return of the Deployment Kit . 40Rename workstations . 41Maintaining SID History . 43Rename user accounts . 45Rename Profile Folder . 46Skip migration if user is not found in lookup file . 47Enable ZeroConfigExchange. 47Migrating over a VPN . 48Script Options. 50Deploy using a Desktop management tool, like SCCM, or a Group Policy . 51Pre-installed Scripts . 52Running Additional Code . 53Next Steps . 55Create Single Deployment File . 56What did we just do? . 57Fine Tuning. 60The Migration Script . 61Deploying the Script From a Group Policy . 61Deploying a Single Deployment File from SCCM or your RMM Software. . 62Advanced Scripting Options . 63Migrating from domain to local accounts . 64Using the GUI . 64Automating Domain to Local Migrations . 67Migrating to Azure AD . 69Azure Object IDs and the ForensiTAzureID.xml file . 69Generating a ForensiTAzureID.xml file . 70Joining to Azure AD . 72Creating a Provisioning Package . 72

Configuring User Profile Wizard to migrate profiles to Azure AD . 74Migrating From an Existing Tenant . 76Migrating to Office 365 GCC and GCC High Environments . 77Migrating to an Azure AD Account . 79Additional Notes on using a Provisioning Package . 82.config Reference . 83Push migrations and the Command Line Console . 89Push or Pull? . 89Migrating a remote machine . 90Using the command line . 91Automating Push Migrations . 92Command Line Reference . 94Command Line Parameters . 94/COMPUTER computername (Optional). 94/DOMAIN domainname (Optional). 95/RENAME computername (Optional) . 95/UNJOIN workgroupname (Optional) . 95/TARGETACCOUNT accountname . 95/SOURCEACCOUNT accountname (Optional) . 95/SOURCEPROFILE profilefoldername (Optional) . 95/DOMAINADMIN domainadmin (Optional) . 96/DOMAINPWD password (Optional) . 96/LOCALADMIN localadmin (Optional). 96/LOCALPWD password (Optional) . 96/KEY key (Optional) . 96/JOIN (Optional) . 97/NOJOIN (Optional). 98/NOMIGRATE (Optional) . 98/NODEFAULT (Optional) . 98/DELETE (Optional) . 98/DISABLE (Optional) . 98/SILENT (Optional) . 98/NOREBOOT (Optional). 98/REBOOTDELAY seconds (Optional). 98/LOG logfile (Optional) . 98/RUNAS (Optional) . 99/HASH (Optional) . 99Frequently Asked Questions . 100What does User Profile Wizard do? . 100What's a profile? . 100

Why migrate profiles when moving to a Windows domain? . 100Why not just copy the data from the old profile? . 100Which version should I buy? .

When you purchase User Profile Wizard you will be sent a link by email to download a Profwiz.config file. This file contains your licensing information. To license User Profile Wizard, you simply need to copy the license file into the same folder as the User Profile Wizard executable file, Profwiz.exe.