Windows Migration Utility

Since Microsoft has decided to implement a true OS migration in Windows 10, I have decided to release my tool for the IT masses. The Windows Migration Utility is a User State Migration Tool (USMT) GUI.

The Windows Migration Utility is built for migrating user and system data to a defined location. Configuration of  uses USMT’s methodology of specifying configuration rules in XML files.  

Windows Migration Utility is built with C# and uses .NET Framework 2.0. Out of the box should work with 95% of all Windows XP Pro machines. This utility also allows help desk personnel to capture and restore remote machines utilizing Microsoft PSExec. Windows Migration Utility has built in configuration options for running commands before a capture is ran and running commands after a restore has finished. It brings the Configuration Manager’s Task Sequence idea to a graphical user interface. 

Windows Migration Utility Supports these scenarios:

Windows 7 / 8 / 10 to Windows 10

If the data is captured by utility it has to be restored by utility.  Data is stored in a compressed and encrypted MIG file. Windows Migration Utility also supports restoring user data captured from other programs utilizing custom decryption keys or hard linking.

Windows Migration Utility Configuration Windows Migration Utility Main Form

Project is hosted on GitHub

15 thoughts on “Windows Migration Utility

  1. Hi Tim, I’m a Senior Desktop Support tech and I was reading the description on your Windows Migration Utility. I was not able to download the utility as the link seemed to be broken or moved. Would it be possible for you to provide a new download link or send it by e-mail if its not to big. I would like to use the utility to see If I can migrate users profile where I work.

    Thanks in advance
    Erik

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  2. This program comes up as ransomware, I REALLY am looking to get past CMD line for USMT, but the error worries me.

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