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Two ADs  - one for users and other one for Exchange

Posted on 2014-04-09
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our corporate netwok running with two ADs . Our mail was hosted in one domian and the other  one running our coporate user login  . what is the best way to make single AD
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Premkumar Yogeswaran earned 74 total points
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Is there any specific reason for you to have 2 Domains?

If you dont have such, you could migrate the resources from one domain to another...

Regards,
Prem
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your 2 AD under same domain?? are you doing some kind of HA??
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Do you keep two passwords one for user login and one for accessing Exchange mailbox ?

If not,

Do you have both domains part of same forest ?

May be you are having parent child domain ?
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Do you have both domains part of same forest ?yes

May be you are having parent child domain ? no

sorry . we are in the same domain and all the dcs  are GC . two dcs on site and one in the hosted location and connecting via ADSL

What is the best AD site to be configure
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