ADMT: Active Directory Domain Migration Tool

Conclusion

ADMT is a convenient tool for environments where multiple domains coexist to either merge domains or to move objects from one domain to another in the event of a change of assignment for example.

Personally, I also use ADMT to migrate the objects of a corrumped forest to a new forest, this saved me from having to recreate all the objects (groups, computers and users) by hand.



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