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Migrating ESX host from one domain to another domain

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hi,

i am migrating esx host from one domain to another domain, is goint to efect on accessing the Datastore or SAN?

what are the best steps to shall take to migrate?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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Active directory Domain will not effect the datastores or SAN.

However check current permissions in vCenter unless you have two way trusts between old and new domain.
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how to check current permissions in vCenter?

and these 2 domains have 2 way trust relation, after 2 months we dicommissioning the old domain is it affect the datastore?
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No it will not affect the datastores
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