Dan Cunningham has written a GUI wrapper for the User State Migration Tool (USMT) In Dan's interface, USMT provides the logic and mechanisms for the actual capture / restore process, but because USMT is entirely command-line, Dan decided to set about creating a .NET-based wrapper for it to simplify data capture/restore.
Here’s some of the nice features in Workstation Migration Assistant:
Dan is hoping to release the tool soon - so keep checking http://dcunningham.net/2007/11/22/a-quick-look-at-workstation-migration-assistant/ for updates
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Do you know if a simmilar tools exists to Pre-Edit the XML Files to include more options ?
I'm asking because i use MD to run USMT
Anyone familiar with USMT will know what I mean when I say configuring it can be a bit of a pain. It's
Muitos usuários devem conheçera ferrementa USMT (User State Migration Tool), para quem ainda não conheçe,
And I was just getting good with the various switches for ScanState and LoadState.
Is there a good explanation anywhere for the use of the various MIG*.xml files? MigUser, MigSys, MigApp etc.
The USMT.chm is vague to say the least and it's only trail and error that I got what I want.
Iedereen kent ze wel, de tools van Sysinternals . Mark Russinovich is echter niet de enige Microsofter
I am testing out a USMT GUI XML template editor for evaluation purposes only to gauge what requirements are need to provide a suitable GUI interface into editing and creating new XML templates for use with the USMT command line utility version 3 from Microsoft.
Visit my website http://simonjarvis.customer.netspace.net.au/ to download a test copy for the next 30 days and send me some feedback.
Testing expires on the 21st June 2009.
Please send me some feedback
Any update, is it released?