Tranxition Corporation Migration Manager

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Operators of Tranxition Migration Manager can avoid elevating user permissions during migration.  The process works by embedding an encrypted password in the Migration Manager configuration.  When the application runs, it utilizes this elevated status to access all supported elements of user persona embedded within the device.

Here is an excerpt from the Automation Guide that shows how to deploy the feature.




This command works with MigrationManager.EXE, and Not with



MigrationManager.EXE /ELEVATEDCREDENTIALS <username>

<domainname> <password>

Extraction use

Enables migration of users not logged in without giving users Local

Administrator rights.

Injection use

Enables injection on systems without elevating other Local or domain users

Must be used with

MigrationManager.EXE and can replace all SE.EXE command line usage.

Cannot be used with




This creates the encrypted file "SE.dat" which contains the login credentials. Migration technician runs Migration Manager

"MigrationManager.exe /autoextract"

MigrationManager.exe will read the "SE.dat" file and launch SE.exe as the specified user with elevated credentials. The expectation is that the migration technician will interact solely via batch script.

This means that: If the SE.dat file is present, MigrationManager.exe requires that it be used with the "/autoextract", "/autoinject" or "/autobackup" options present. Otherwise, it will not proceed.

No error message will be displayed to the user in the case that MigrationManager.exe (itself, as opposed to SE.exe) encounters an error. In order to detect whether an error has occurred, and which error, the script will need to utilize %ERRORLEVEL%

Note: A side effect of running MigrationManager.exe this way is that the machine will have a password protected account created for the domain admin user account specified.


Setup Information:
Setup Type: Legacy Setup with command line support
Deployment Method Used: Vendor Provided Command Line (switch driven)
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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