So when you populate this:
This happens under the covers:
Undocumented Bonus Alert:
On the RODC, this is updating the RepairAdmin registry value within RODCRoles:
Totally Documented Non-Bonus Not-Alert:
You can use NTDSUTIL.EXE LOCAL ROLES to add accounts to other roles and they are stored here based on their well-known RID. See this goo .
<component type="Documents" context= "System">
<displayName>Exclude folder and override migdocs.xml</displayName>
<pattern type="File"> C:\testfolder\* [*]</pattern>
So even though my oracle folder is like this:
My actual migration store gets only this:
I call this “not recommended” because it is very difficult to version control the included XML files in USMT and you end up with thousands of instances of USMT running dozens of different version of the factory XML files. Eventually, somebody screws one up, but no one knows that the default XML is now tainted. I’ve seen support cases where the customer had been troubleshooting this for weeks before they finally broken down and called us, so because of that, so I still recommend the other two options. If you go this route make sure you carefully track the edited migdocs.xml files and rename them so there is less confusion.
If possible, use some version control software to check XML in and out – there are plenty of free ones out there or you can throw us some cash for TFS if you like what you see in the trial . There also also hosting companies that will run TFS for you , for a monthly per-seat fee, if you just want this for a project like your Windows 7 rollout. It may sound like overkill but trust me – delaying your rollout for a month because some bozo decided to monkey with the xml is not cool. You’re writing migration code , you need to treat it with the same seriousness that you’d give C++.
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All done with love, I’m sure. If the Keebler reference doesn’t make sense, go here .
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