GPMC tools allows you to manage group policies and offer the possiblity to backup them, copy them or import settings into new Group policies.
Using GPMC tool, we were able to perform a backup of these group policies and we have re-imported them into the target domain. The thing is that a group policy can contain information related to the domain.
It’s fast, efficient and secure—which is why so many schools want to implement Google Classroom.
The trouble is, Google Classroom can’t support additional domains—and having more than one domain is common amongst Google Apps for Education users.
A namespace is the hierarchical grouping of service and object names that are stored in Active Directory and DNS.
Active Directory and DNS namespaces have to be the same. A domain can also be considered a security boundary because you can create and manage related resources within a domain and then exercise administrative control and implement security.
Google Classroom allows instructors to more easily manage class assignments via Gmail and Google Drive, and the solution integrates well with a number of other Google apps like Calendar and Sites.
This is the management console that come as an additonal download for Windows 2003 servers or as part of the Remote server administration tools for windows 2008 or later.
I would like to start with connecting my two current servers.
Thanks It's difficult to tell what is being asked here.
When backing up and importing them in a new domain, this information might be lost making the group policy useless or unusable.
To overcome this situation, you need to use a migration table.