3.4. Migrating Objects

Objects are, for the most part, the only reason you need to concern yourself with migration. This is because objects contain most of the information you need in order to conduct business. Remember from your earlier study of Active Directory that an Active Directory object is either one or a collection of important resources, user accounts, computers, printers, or other elements that exist as part of the Windows infrastructure. When we say that we are "migrating objects," we are simply taking objects from one source domain and transferring them to the target domain.

For example, say you have two different domains, MyCorp and MegaCorp. MyCorp is a small, independent seller of machine equipment for use in excavating archeological ...

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