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Is it possible to do Windows 2012 to Windows 2012 Cross domain migration?

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Hello Team,
I would like to know whether it is possible to do the AD Migration from Windows 2012 to 2012 for Cross domain?

If yes then I want to know the process or tools to use for performing this task.

Thanks!
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According to TechNet, the Active Directory Migration Tool (v3.2) is supported on all Windows versions, including Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2.
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Previously ADMT 3.2 is not supported on 2012 \ 2012 R2 active directory and you need 2008 R2 DC and 2008 R2 member server for tool installation

However this is good news that it is supported on new versions, ensure that you will download from official location provided by Microsoft in above link to get updated version
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