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ADMT 3.0 with PES 3.1

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I am preparing for an interforest AD migration using ADMT 3.0 because we are running all server 2003 machines. Can I use the newer PES version 3.1 with ADMT 3.0 or do I have to use an earlier version of PES?

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I believe you can.
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I was able to test this scenario and it appears to be working fine.
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After not finding any answers through research, I went ahead and tested this configuration and it appears to work; however I was not able to find any documentation stating that this is supported or recommended.
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