After the replication has taken place, users will appear in Active Directory Users and Computers, but will not appear in the Windows SBS 2011 Essentials  Console. Use the Windows Powershell commands in the following two procedures to import user names and the Destination Server into the console.

To recreate security groups

1.   On the Destination Server, click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

2.   In the navigation pane, expand <DomainName>, expand My Business, expand Users, and then expand SBSUsers.

3.   Right-click on the right-hand panel, and click Create New Group.

type one of the following group names, select the Security Group radio button, and click Create. Repeat this step to create the remainder of the following security groups:

·      RA_AllowAddInAccess

·      RA_AllowComputerAccess

·      RA_AllowDashboardAccess

·      RA_AllowHomePageLinks

·      RA_AllowNetworkAlertAccess

·      RA_AllowRemoteAccess

·      RA_AllowShareAccess

·      WSSUsers

 

Since the administrator account being used was migrated over from the Source Server, by default it does not have memberships to the Windows SBS 2011 Essentials  security groups. To add group memberships to the administrator account that you are using for migration, perform the following procedure.

To make the administrator a member of the security groups

1.   On the Destination Server, click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

2.   In the navigation pane, expand <DomainName>, expand My Business, expand Users, and then expand SBSUsers.

3.   Open the administrator account or accounts to which you want to give group memberships.

4.   Click on the tab Member of and add the following groups to the account:

a.   RA_AllowAddInAccess

b.   RA_AllowComputerAccess

c.   RA_AllowDashboardAccess

d.   RA_AllowHomePageLinks

e.   RA_AllowNetworkAlertAccess

f.    RA_AllowRemoteAccess

g.   RA_AllowShareAccess

 

 

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