ADMT: Active Directory Domain Migration Tool

Object migration: preparation

Now that ADMT and PES are installed, it is advisable at first to create an OU that will receive the objects of the source domain.

OU pour les objets migrés avec ADMT / OU for objects migrated with ADMT

In the pages that follow we will see the migration of the following objects:

  • Groups
  • Users
  • Computers.

In order to make sure that the migration is going well, I advise you before creating a test group and user and testing the computer migration before the production objects.

It is also necessary to provide communication at the user level of the domain change, be careful that users log on to the new domain.

During the first object migration, you will be prompted to configure the audit on the source and destination domain for SID migration so that the migrated object can access unmigrated resources.



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