JSI Tip 2770. Ideal Migration.

Ideal Migration - Manage your domain consolidation for Windows NT 4.0 / Windows 2000!

Once your migration or consolidation plan is established, Ideal Migration manages the transfer of the required objects.
         Characteristics

Runs under MMC 1.1 or higher.
NT 3.51/4.00 domain consolidation.
Migration from Windows NT domains to Windows 2000.
Migration from Windows 2000 to Windows NT domains.
Windows 2000 domains consolidation.
Off-line and on-line migration.
Migrate user account passwords to and from Windows NT Servers.
Migrate Terminal Server properties.
Manage multiple source computers/domains.
Manage multiple destination computers/domains.
Record object properties into CSV files.
Three modes : Add, Modify, or Add and Modify.

Migrated categories

Computer accounts.
user groups.
user accounts.
group memberships.
organizational units.
shared folders.
printers ports.
printers.
file and folder securities.

The Migration wizard

Migration by category.
Selected object migration on multiple computers/domains.

Ideal Migration pluses:

Manages Windows 2000 properties: Groups, User account properties, Organization Units (OUs).
Migrate file and folder permissions, ownership, and auditing.
The Migration Wizard automates the process.

Evaluate , I'm sure you'll agree that it possesses the best price / performance in the industry.

Ideal Migration is priced based upon the number of users managed. The number of administration workstations, computers, servers, domain controller, and domains are unlimited.

 

CODE PART# MFG. PART D E S C R I P T I O N Price Lbs
PNTDEV JSI010 IM0250 IDEAL MIGRATION - UP TO 250 USERS 399 0   
PNTDEV JSI011 IM0500 IDEAL MIGRATION - UP TO 500 USERS 719 0   
PNTDEV JSI012 IM1000 IDEAL MIGRATION - UP TO 1000 USERS 1349 0   
PNTDEV JSI013 IM2000 IDEAL MIGRATION - UP TO 2000 USERS 1999 0   
PNTDEV JSI014 IM3000 IDEAL MIGRATION - UP TO 3000 USERS 2449 0   
PNTDEV JSI015 IM3P IDEAL MIGRATION - MORE THAN 3000 USERS CALL 0   

 

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