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Binary Tree Migrator Pro for Active Directory 20.10 - Known Limitations

Credentials

Use the Credentials page to add credentials used for either a computer Cutover or for an Admin Agent.

The specified cutover credentials must be able to join and disjoin a computer from the specified domain and well as disable a computer in the specified domain. A trust between the source and target domain is not required.

To add Cutover credentials:

  1. Click the Add button. The Add Your Credentials window appears.
  2. Enter a Credential Name to identify the credentials (for example, "DomA to DomB Admins").
  3. Select Cutover from the Credentials Type drop-down list. The Source and Target fields appear.

  4. Enter values in the following fields under Source Domain Credentials:
    • FQDN of Domain - The domain FQDN of the source in source.domain.dom format.
    • Username - The username to access the source domain in domain\username or UPN (username@domain.dom) format.
    • Password - The password credential to access the source domain.
  5. Enter values in the following fields under Target Domain Credentials:
    • FQDN of Domain - The domain FQDN of the target in target.domain.dom format.
    • Username - The username to access the target domain in domain\username or UPN (username@domain.dom) format.
    • Password - The password credential to access the target domain.
  6. Click Save Profile. The cutover credentials are added to the list.

To add Admin Agent credentials:

  1. Click the Add button. The Add Your Credentials window appears.
  2. Enter a Credential Name to identify the credentials (for example, "Move User Credentials").
  3. Select Admin Agent from the Credentials Type drop-down list. The Credentials fields appear.

  4. Enter values in the following fields Credentials:
    • FQDN of Domain - The domain FQDN in domain.dom format.
    • Username - The username to access the domain in domain\username or UPN (username@domain.dom) format.
    • Password - The password credential to access the domain
  5. Click Save Profile. The Admin Agent credentials are added to the list.
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