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This is two step Process: First you have to Add the solution into Farm stsadm.exe -o addsolution -filename yoursolutionpackage.wsp Second, You have to deploy it. stsadm -o deploysolution -name yoursolutionpackagename.wsp -url http://sp-mach/ -local -force Check this for more info: ...
stsadm -o addsolution -filename C:\solution.wsp This is from a farm level, so it applies to the entire farm, whether you have one server or 10 servers. There is a page in Central Admininstration -> Operations -> Solution Management that will tell you the deployment state of all the solutions in the farm and whether or not they were deployed to a specific ...
Migrate User command Scope to the Farm. It will move user from All site collections from old domain to new domain. this is basically update reference of account everywhere in farm. check this interesting comment. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rcormier/archive/2012/02/24/interesting-side-effects-of-the-move-spuser-powershell-cmdlet.aspx
Yes, Your understanding is correct. When you run the migrateuser command if new login does not exist in AD then this command will throw the errors. It will copy the permission from old ID to new ID.
The migrateuse STSADM operation actually associates the existing permissions of DomainA\xyz(Old user) with DomainB\xyz(New user). In this process it first removes all the existing permissions of DomainB\xyz (New user), if any. Here is a very good detailed explanation of how actually migrateuser operation is executed behind the scenes.
Migrate command Migrates a user account in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to a new login name and binary ID. If an entry for the new login name already exists, the entry is marked for deletion to make way for the migration. Migrates user access from one domain user to another. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288467(v=office.12).aspx
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