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child domain seperation as its own forest

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we have a mutli domain forest in the US and Uk. The head of the forest being in a domain in the UK. The US domain has all its own users and objects and only the forest AD functions are provided at the root. How can we seperate the US domain from the root forest to its own forest best?
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You have to create a new forest and domain, and them use ADMT to migrate everything into the new domain.
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Thank you
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https:a39186394 is correct.
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