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  1. For years I have been coding my own data backup tools, choosing to not use the tools that Microsoft has been bundling with their operating systems. I recently decided to switch tactics and go with USMT, and while I have only used it in real-world break-fix conditions for less than a week, I have decided that it may be the way to go. There is a lot of fuss about how complicated it is to use. Well, I kinda agree, kinda don't, but decided to put this front end together mainly just to speed up the process. What you will need to do to use it is download the USMT Front End Extras.7z archive and extract that to @ScriptDir prior to compiling. The archive contains 32 and 64 bit versions of USMT 3.01 and USMT 4.01, as well as 7z.exe, 7z.dll, and a few simple JPGs used to pretty up the GUI a bit. Please read the Technet docs on USMT if you have concerns about the data that it will migrate for you, as the only modification I have made to any of the XML files is to omit migrating Start Menu files, I just can't see the point of that one! Otherwise, all XMLs are bone-stock. Also be aware of the difference between USMT 3.01 and 4.01, click here for a quick reference. I have also taken the liberty of tweaking the options used to suit my own purposes, which include creating a folder based on repair data used at my shop and specifying things such as /localonly which will exclude network shares etc. Ensure the options used here are what you need, and adjust accordingly!! Enjoy! Ian Edit - Updated code and extras file 06/15/2014, you MUST have the extras file extracted in the script folder to compile! Edit 02-07-2015 - I cancelled my web hosting service, so I have attached the USMT5extras.zip file to this post. Edit 03-02-2015 - Put USMT5Extras.zip on mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/download/p0inmd35o7qkfjq/USMT5extras.zip USMT5FE8.au3
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