Tools for IT technicians
Migration of users and data
Running programs as Admin user
and other EhlerTechs tools..
any Windows PC on your Domain to any other Domain PC.
the profile can then be restored to any other PC or User.
In stead of logging in with your Domain Admin account,
use Admin Impersonator to run programs AS the Admin .
Configure with parameters etc.
Welcome to EhlerTech
At EhlerTech we have over many years developed USMTGUI user profile handler and User Profile Central,
both being invaluable tools for anyone in IT managing Windows PC's and users.
In 2018 we have optimized and vastly extended the collection of XML files default supplied by MS and
even built our own extensions, like the User Profile Central, allowing you to handle user profiles over the local network.
Sep 2019 - AZURE: USMTGUI is now capable of migrating to AZURE domains!
Sep 2021 - UPC and USMTGUI are ready for Windows 11
Read more below or please feel free to contact me at any time at email@example.com or on the Forum
Download EhlerTech Custom XML's, check out our FAQ's and also check our references and customer feedback
February 1 - 2019"Just wanted to check in and let you know we’re loving the software.
USMTGUI and User Profile Central (UPC) is making PC replacements a breeze."
Paul Harrison | Network Administrator | The Willamette Valley Company
AMAZON | the UN | MSN News | FOX news | California State University
USMT - User State Migration - FAQ
USMT Error FAQ
– Error will be seen in the USMTscan.log or USMTLoad.log (USMTGUI/UPC)
Some (probably a custom made) XML file has the same header URL as another migration XML file.
Edit the XML file mentioned and change the URL in the top line. Fx change the last bit from: migration urlid=”http://www.microsoft.com/migration/1.0/migxmlext/migapp to something random migration urlid=”http://www.microsoft.com/migration/1.0/migxmlext/mycustomxml
Followed by: [0x000000] Failed.[gle=0x00000002] [0x000000] Compliance check failure; please check the logs for details[gle=0x00000002] – Error will be seen in the USMTscan.log or USMTLoad.log (USMTGUI/UPC)
A temporary, faulty, profile is on the system. (a restart will NOT help 😉
To remedy this error open regedit.exe and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList Now go through the profiles until locating the profile with the extension “.bak”. Delete the temporary profile. Or you can use Delprof2 from Helge Klein.
Followed further down by: [0x000000] Error 3 creating profile: Win32Exception: C:\Users\”username”\NTUSER.DAT… – Error will be seen in the USMTLoad.log (USMTGUI/UPC)
An incomplete user profile exists in registry. Probable cause is that a user profile folder in the C:\Users\ folder has been deleted manually. (Profiles should always be deleted through Advanced System Settings selecting User Profiles under the Advanced tab)
To remedy this error open regedit.exe and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList Now go through the profiles starting with “S-1-5-21-” until locating the user mentioned in the USMTLoad.log, and remove the incomplete profile.
Followed by: [0x080000] LookupAccountSidW failed. Error: 0x00000534[gle=0x00000534] [0x0803ba] Found valid profile but can’t get user credentials. Will ignore due to error code: 0x00000534 – Error will be seen in the USMTLoad.log (USMTGUI/UPC)
USMT found a valid profile to restore in the backup but cannot look up the user in the Active directory.
Check that the PC is properly joined to the AD and that the user restoring to exists on that AD and is enabled.