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Active Directory Coupling

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Hi Guys

Could someone explain to me what Active Directory Coupling is and what scenarios would determine whether High, Medium or Low coupling is used?

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In 12 years of doing this I have never heard of AD Coupling....
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Neither have I.
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Now I don't feel so bad,...two Sage's haven't heard of it,...surely it doesn't exist, right?  :-)
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Thanks Guys

I think your all correct.

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