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Aug 25, 2011 2:35 PM

Profile Migration in provisioning LANDesk 9.0 SP2 using USMT4.01 Tool

Hi All,

 

I am using USMT 4.01 tool to do the profile migration in LANDesk 9.0 SP2 using provisioning template, Here the thing is I can able to save the captured profile inside of local drive example: C:\LOCALSTORE folder where else I can not able to store it in networkshare.

 

Note: When I am doing Manually running the Scanstate.exe in command prompt in client machine, it's saving inside of network share, when I am doing using provisioning template its not saving in network share whereelse I can able to save the captured profile in localdrive if I give the saving path as "C:\LOCALSTORE" in the commandline parameters.

 

Below are the actions I have given in the provisioning template:-

 

Action Name: Map Drive

N/w share path: \\ipaddress\sharedfolder

Drive letter: I

credentials: coreserveripaddress\username

password:***********

 

Action Name: Download file

Sourcepath and file name: http://coreservername/ldlogon/UMA/USMT.ZIP

Destination path: C:\

 

Action Name:Unzip file

Sourcepath and file name: C:\USMT.ZIP

Destination path: C:\USMT

 

Action Name:Execute file

Execute path and file name: C:\USMT\ScanState.exe

Commandline parameters

/i:MigUser.xml /i:MigApp.xml I:\Temp /o /c /nocompress /Hardlink

Working directory

C:\USMT

 

Can anyone help me to copy the Captured profile inside of network share path or directly save it in network share path when we are capturing the profile itself, when I am doing the profile migration using USMT4.01 Tool.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Paramaguru

 

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