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adfs in AD migration

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Hi

 

We are going to perform an ActiveDirectory migration. In our current domain we are usign ADFS with office 365, how can we move the ADFS to the new domain but still be able to serve the users that are not currently migrated?

 

thanks

Carlos

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New domain in same or new forest, if new forest, trusting the old forest? UPN changing or staying the same?
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Hi

 

New forest, 2 way trust. Same upn

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Solution
The answer then is with great difficulty, but it is possible. There are a few things you can do, but it is all down to how you architect your AD and what you do with ADFS. It is the job of a specialist and not something that can be jotted down in a few lines of a forum post.

Brian
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was afraid of that, thanks for the response