Microsoft Active Directory is a cornerstone of the IT infrastructure for many enterprises.
It plays such a central role because users’ Active Directory identities determine their
access to and usage rights for IT resources. Active Directory also plays a role in
managing software deployments on individual computers (workstations) and other
Indeed, Active Directory is the nexus for an organization’s application infrastructure; few
other IT directories have as much visibility and user impact.
Given this important role, it’s easy to understand that migrating Active Directory to a
new environment is a complex task that must be planned and managed carefully. The
first step in creating an Active Directory migration plan is to understand the drivers and
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