We're looking to merge a few small Active Directory domains that we have into our main corporate AD domain.
I was wondering if anyone could share their experience, tips, or suggestions on doing this?
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In this post, I will present two questions you should ask to determine whether this strategy could work for you, share some examples of where this has been a success, and explore the best ways to go about building a stronger domain by making all teams in the business work together.
These sites tend to focus on specific topics, for example: These websites are often hosted on different domains – all of which not only creates more maintenance costs (hosting, updates etc.) but splits link equity and authority into separate domains.
Rather than spending the time upgrading each one and keeping them separate, I figured it would just be easier to merge them into our primary domain that has well over 25,000 objects.
Oh god I did this for my company of 10,000 users by myself, I merged 3 sub domain to main domain and upgraded AD 2003 to AD 2012R2. Feel free to ask me anything, I am pretty I encounter every single problem there is when merging.See How Radiant One Federate Identity Service Enables AD Consolidation and Simplifies Cloud Access/Provisioning for Office 365 and Other Apps—Join Us at the MS Ignite Conference, September 26-30 in Atlanta )--Today, Radiant Logic announced support for Azure AD, further strengthening the value of its flagship Radiant One Federated Identity Service for the Microsoft installed base.By synchronizing with Microsoft’s “AD-in-the-cloud,” Radiant One eases the move to cloud for large companies, most of which grapple with multiple Active Directory domains and forests, as well as complex, often fragmented overarching identity infrastructures, which include identities and attributes stored in LDAP directories, SQL databases, and APIs.The need for complex sync logic and connections grows with the number of domains.Since Windows Azure AD requires a flat list of unique users without duplicates, many companies must perform complex correlations to create this unified list.How did it affect your users (I understand that it if you use the Active Directory Migration Tool, it keeps a SID history and thus would help with permissions), group policy, computers, etc.?