I’ve had a number of request for a single post relating to the in-place migration philosophy I have used over the years. In response to all those requests, I have updated the document and placed it here in my article section for all to refer to and read once again. I might even expand on it, based on comments that you might leave – PLEASE DO LEAVE COMMENTS – it will only make this process better.
Please be advised that this article / post is provided as-is without direct support. Feel free to use this process as a guideline, but it still requires sufficient planning and testing before implementing as a solution to migrate you to Active Directory running on Windows Server 2003.
I hope you enjoy this repeat post and provide me some feedback and guidance on how to make it better.
If there are any volunteers to translate the document into French - I'm listening :) ... It will probably be faster then if I try my translation skills - which are rather minimal to say the least.
I just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. I too am an IT professional in Canada and it's nice to read someone else's thought on technology. I have forwarded your link to some of my IT staff as well and encourage them to make frequent visits.
I love hearing this. I found it challenging in the past to find Canadian resources at MS that were sharing information in a perspective that made sense for me and the shop I worked for. I've had a number of conversations with managers and individuals who share your thoughts and have used information like this to accelerate their migration to Active Directory. Humm... sounds like a good follow up post to this story...
This is a topic that is always rather subjective, AD
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