AD Studio is quite robust, and does not have any major issues with users and groups . All that was missing was the connection to the database. From within AD Studio, I choose Advance > Server > Connections > New Connection...and found that my_database_instance had been reset to the master database.
I was puzzled why this wasn't the master database, as I had read all about configuring the database in the AdDock and AD Studio documentation, and everything seemed to be set-up correctly. But I did as I was told and restarted the server, and now I was able to establish a connection to my database from within AD Studio. I added the user as normal, and then set its password. The new user was disabled, so it could not connect.
Couple of key points:
If you copy the.datastudio folder, make sure to copy the history folder as well, which stores the history of ADS sessions. Copy the entire.datastudio folder, as this is where your ADS session history is stored. This is in a hidden folder, so you have to use file explorer to find it.
If you have a bunch of files with the same name, for example, image_01.jpg, image_01.jpg, image_02.jpg, image_02.jpg (with the last image being the latest), you have to rename them to image_01.jpg, image_02.jpg, image_03.jpg, image_04.jpg. These are configuration files for your files. Copy them from one computer to another in the correct order and rename them in the right order.
Some applications, such as Java, require that the application directories and libraries are updated to a newer version before the user can update. However, there are some applications that are not explicitly API-specific, such as the X Window System, the X server source code, are automatically updated as required.
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