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Do you know any articles or case studies that explain how to do a Windows 2000 intraforest restructu

Do you know any articles or case studies that explain how to do a Windows 2000 intraforest restructure?

My company is working in a Windows 2000 environment in native mode. We are planning to alter domain structure -- that means intraforest restructure from Windows 2000 to a new Windows 2000 structure within the same forest. Consulting literature and the Internet, I have found only a few hints dealing with this subject; only migration from NT4.0 to Win2k is described. Do you know articles or examples of companies dealing with this problem?
Reorganizing the structure is not too bad once you are all in Windows 2000. But there are some issues. The Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) can help alleviate some of the pain. There is an MCSE training guide called Windows NT 4.0 Migration to Windows 2000, which discusses post-migration reorganization.
This was first published in October 2002

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