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Migration of AD structure from one domain to another

Posted on 2006-11-23
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Ideally i'd like to copy an existing AD structure into a new domain.
Test domain already exists and has a different name to that in the live environment.
What's the best way of going about this?
not sure i'd be able to run a system info restore due to different domain name.
Are there migration tools that can acomplish this?
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are there any trusts required between forests?
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yes you will have to have a trust between the two domains for this tool to work
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no need to have a trust with the ADMT tool version 2.0
you can use the tool to migrate from SBS domain which does not support trust creation
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