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Domain Groups Between Domains

During the migration of Active Directory domain we could work ahead to slowly start creating groups in the new domain to start migrating resources. This required a special configuration of AD groups. You should create three types of group like this:

  • Global Groups in the OLD DOMAIN
    • This should hold user account objects of the old domain (source domain)
  • Global Groups in the NEW DOMAIN
    • This should hold user account objects of the new domain (target domain)
  • DomainLocal Groups in the NEW DOMAIN
    • This should hold the global groups created in both domains and should get permissions in the new domain

This works down to this overview of configuration:


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domaingroups.txt · Last modified: 2014/05/19 21:38 by sjoerd