When entering the cutover credentials for a Single Label Domain (SLD) (also known as a domain with no top level) in ADPro you are unable to proceed if you use a SLD for the source domain in the field for "FQDN of Domain (e.g. contoso.com)
The Save Profile button remains greyed out. This is because it is expecting a suffix and won't allow an entry without one to be saved.
To work around this you need to add a suffix to your SLD name temporarily. e.g. Add .local Once you have done that you will be able to save the profile. You must then go and modify the entry in the ADPro database to correct the modified value of SLDname.local that you used.
In the ADM_Credentials table of the ADPro database you need to find the entry for the cutover credentials you just added.
select * from ADM_Credentials where CredentialType = 'Cutover'
The CredentialId value of the entry you need to change. It will have SourceDomainName=SLDname.local
Update it to remove the .local:
update ADM_Credentials set SourceDomainName = 'SLDname' where CredentialId = #
(where # is the value you retrieved from the previous query)
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