Full of partial integration of several Active Directory forests may be required in a number of situations. For instance, a company may be using two or more forests for different groups of employees — the core one for the company as a whole and a separate one for the international or regional sales personnel. Another example would be a company take-over or merger — two or more AD forests would have to be integrated. Solving this problem could be potentially very time-consuming and technically complex. Fortunately, there is a tool can make this task a snap. Its called GALsync.
GALsync greatly facilitates the task of sharing data between multiple Active Directory forests through the Exchange Global Address List. As the result, users in different messaging organizations get access to the information about users and groups of other organizations and benefit from increased comfort and efficiency of work.With GALsync, you can select mail-enabled objects and subsets you want to share between forests, share them across multiple domains, specify the transmission protocol (Windows Share, FTP or SMTP), enjoy the security of encrypted data transmission between Active Directories and even configure a flexible import/export schedule.
If looking for an ultimate Active Directory integration tool, you will hardly find an alternative to GALsync. Perfectly functional, affordable and always efficient, it will save you tons of time and money, no matter if you are performing a one-time migration or doing that on a permanent basis!
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