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When consulting with an engineering firm planning an Active Directory consolidation, I found the customer was concerned about the time it would take for security translation for their file servers. I explained that even if the file is open the migration software can still translate the ACL, as it only accesses the metadata, not the actual data in the file. This means that an offline maintenance window doesn’t have to be scheduled, but performance might be slow while the translation agent is running on the server.
An interesting problem came up after a migration where the customer did not want to copy all the data from the old domain’s NETLOGON share into the new company’s Domain Controllers. However, there were several batch files and VB scripts referencing the old Domain Controller and NETLOGON path. We had to come up with a solution to allow the old files to execute properly. (There was a long term plan to migrate all this information to Group Policy objects, but that is months away.)
It has been in the works for quite some time, but a new version of NMAP was released this week! This is exciting news for those of us who rely on the NMAP tool in our day to day jobs. It's taken three years (the last major release was in 2009), but my early take on it regarding some basic testing is that it was well worth the wait. The creators have listed the following as the six major improvements/features: