Best Practices to Avoid Common Active Directory Migration Mistakes

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM ET
Length: 60 Minutes

Mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures are common business activities that can have a huge impact on your Microsoft 365 tenant. These events come with complicated legal maneuvers and rigid timelines.

Most of these situations require completing Active Directory migrations on a schedule made by lawyers and executives, with little regard for how long it takes to move the associated data and workloads.

It’s up to the technical team to work out how to complete the migration and meet their deadline.

Successfully executing an on-premises Active Directory migration is a complex process. In this webcast, Nathan O’Bryan and Becky Cross will teach you how to manage these complex migrations, including some common mistakes to avoid. In particular, you’ll learn how to:

  • Set an achievable project timeline
  • Understanding what to migrate
  • Maintain separate AD environments after the migration 

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Nathan's photo.pngNathan O’Bryan, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Nathan is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Messaging and a Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services from Portland, OR. He specializes in Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory, Azure, and a bit of Skype for Business. He has spent over 25 years working in IT, starting as a Banyan Vines administrator for the United States Marine Corps. Since then Nathan has worked for companies like GE Capital, Kaiser Permanente, and a couple of mid-sized consulting firms.



profile pic.pngBecky Cross, Principal Consultant, Binary Tree

Becky is experienced in engineering solutions to help companies achieve smooth integrations in today’s global workforce.  She utilizes multiple tools to architect and configures processes that provide messaging and directory integration, migration, and coexistence.  Having worked for companies that underwent mergers, Becky provides a unique perspective to assist with identifying and reducing end-user impacts.