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In today’s business world, mergers and acquisitions have become a popular business strategy especially for companies looking to expand into new markets. Merging two active directory (AD) domains is fairly easy; doing it while the network is in use is a little more difficult. So how do you successfully plan and execute an AD domain and Microsoft Exchange Server migration?
Join IT Pro Today contributor Eric Rux and Ron Robbins, Senior Product Manager at Quest, as they share steps to prepare for your migration including physical network connectivity, authentication challenges and email migration.
The session will cover:
- How to minimize the disruption to employees and customers
- How to seamlessly setup file sharing, security groups and DNS
- Useful tools for active directory migration
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Eric B. Rux has over 26 years in the IT industry. He has worked for the US Navy, a large power company, higher education, the manufacturing industry and is currently the IT Director for a K12 school in Eastern Washington State. When Eric isn't trying to keep the school children off of inappropriate websites while at school, he is running his own IT consulting company and helping local business with their IT challenges. Eric's areas of expertise include Microsoft Server, Active Directory, Desktop Management, Office 365 (online Exchange), Disaster Recovery, as well as Google's GSuite offerings. He has written numerous articles on topics such as Exchange Disaster Recovery, merging Active Directory after one company buys another, mass-deploying iPhones to staff, and many others. Eric wrote a monthly column on Windows Home Server directed at the home user.
Ron Robbins is a senior product manager at Quest Software, where he is responsible for guiding the direction of Quest’s migration solutions for messaging and Active Directory and provides assistance to customers and strategic partners. Ron has over 15 years of experience in IT and has authored several white papers and articles covering the topics of Exchange migration and management. Prior to joining Quest Ron provided IT support and consulting services to many different organizations including fortune 500 companies. Ron holds a bachelor’s degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University.