When the local profile is translated, does the computer need to reboot to change the default logon domain (MSGINA)?
Domain Migration Administrator 7.1
Domain Migration Administrator 7.2
No, the computer does not require a reboot to update the GINA since this update is a feature of user profile translation. This can be done by DMA without rebooting the computer. DMA will only reboot the computer if a domain affiliation change was performed as part of the computer migration.
In summary, you should expect the GINA update when you translate the profile and check the option to "Change default logon domain registry key" from the 'Translate Objects' dialog box of the 'Translate Security Settings' wizard.
You must apply HotFix 35418 for DMA 7.1 OR install DMA 7.2 for this process to function properly.