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shridharsr
Level 9

AD migration in EEPC 7 environment

Hi Team,

We would like to know the impact / recover to make the EEPC installed system up and running in case of AD migration as mentioned in below scenario:

Current AD structure:
Domain Name: aa.com
Computer Names are like computer1.DLH.aa.com
Server Names are like Server1.DLH.aa.com
User Names are like user1@zz.com

New AD Structure: (Two Forests with two-way communication)
Domain Name: aa.com
Computer Names are like computer1.DLH.bb.aa.com
Server Names are like Server1.DLH.bb.aa.com
User Names are like user1@aa.zz.com

Domain Name: xx.com
Computer Names are like computer2.DLH.zz.xx.com
Server Names are like Server2.DLH.zz.xx.com
User Names are like user2@xx.zz.com

The ePO, Agent Handler, SQL server names will not be changed but FQDN will be changed (Example: epo.abc.zz.com will be changed to epo.abc.bb.zz.com)

Thanks in advance.


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McAfee Employee

Re: AD migration in EEPC 7 environment

KB83802 details some of the limitations of this. In your case it appears you are moving from a parent domain to a child domain within the same forest in which the user GUIDs may not change and the same Registered LDAP server would still be able to access them so this KB may not be applicable.

If you are moving from one forest to another, the GUIDs will be different and KB83802 applies.

shridharsr
Level 9

Re: AD migration in EEPC 7 environment


Hi Jhall2,

Thank you very much for the information which you have shared. It answered all my queries.

In this case it is AD migration from one domain to another.

Thread can be closed.

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