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usmt benutzereinstellungen zurueckkopieren

Frage Microsoft Windows Userverwaltung

Mitglied: murphy-junior

murphy-junior (Level 1) - Jetzt verbinden

21.06.2008, aktualisiert 19.08.2008, 5177 Aufrufe, 1 Kommentar

HI,
Ich habe ein Problem mit dem zurückkopieren der Benutzereinstellungen und -dateien. Ich habe zunächst die Daten auf einen Domaincontroller gespeichert. Und zwar so:

scanstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf Z:

Ich habe auf dem Domaincontroller ein Laufwerk (E) Migstore mit dem freigegebenen Ordner "test".
Ich habe mich als User angemeldet mit dem Laufwerk verbunden z:dc1 auf test.
Daten scheinen soweit da zu sein. Ich habe zwei Datein erhalten.

Ok, dann die Benutzereinstellungen weggehauen und als Administrator mit z:dc1 auf test verbunden.
Dann folgendes eingeben, aber nur Fehlermeldungen erhalten, wo liegt der Fehler???





C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\test
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\test\US
MT2.UNC\
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\test\US
MT2.UNC\IMG00001.DAT
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\test\US
MT2.UNC\status
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf \\dc1\
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>Loadstate /I migsys.inf /I miguser.inf /I sysfiles.inf z:
LoadState is running...

Loadstate INF switches are not available when compression is used.


Command Line Syntax:

loadstate [options] <store path>

Arguments (specified in any order):

Specify loadstate /help for detailed argument descriptions.

/compress[+|-] Select compression mode
/l:<log file> Specify the log file path
/v:<verbosity> Specify the log verbose level
/progress:<log> Specify the progress log path
/all Enable migration of all users
/user:<user> Enable migration of a specific user or users
/i:<input inf> Specify a migration script (INF file)
/ix Do not use Scanstate INFs
/x Disable default migration groups
/u Enable full migration of HKCU
/s Enable system settings and applications
/f Enable file rules
/r:<count> Specify the retry count
/w:<timeout> Specify the delay, in seconds, when retrying
<store path> Specify the path where to load settings
/md:<mapping> Apply to a new domain name
/mu:<mapping> Apply to a new user name
/q Allow non-administrator to apply settings
/lac[:<password>] Allow disabled local account creation
/lae Enable created local accounts
/efs:recover Run loadstate in EFS recovery mode
/c Continue, ignoring non-fatal errors
/rollback Enable rollback support

C:\USMT\Bin>



Hoffe auf eure Hilfe,

Gruß
murphy-junior
Mitglied: 6741
19.08.2008 um 11:45 Uhr
lange her ...

aber der Befehl ist falsch ....

gib nur den loadstate an mit Angabe des Speicherortes sofern nicht weitere Scanstate dort vorhanden sind.

loadstate \\server\freigabe und feuer

gruß
Bitte warten ..
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