Monday, October 13, 2014

Active Directory Migration Service (ADMS) From Microsoft

Active Directory Migration Service (ADMS) is a could based Active Directory migration service (not a solution) from Microsoft.  Behind the scene they are using ADMT and FIM.  Directory synchronization was a big drawback of ADMT.  The combination of ADMT and FIM can overcome all these challenges.

Also, the self migration portal provides an end user driver migration option. 

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You can see a demo on the Channel9 site - http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Taste-of-Premier/Taste-of-Premier-Directory-Consolidation-with-Windows-Azure-Active-Directory-Migration-Services

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