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With the advent of technologies such as domain rename and cross-forest trusts, mistakes in Active Directory design have become more forgiving than they were with Windows 2000. However, it is still important to thoroughly examine the political and technical aspects of your organization to design an infrastructure that aligns with your needs. Active Directory is very flexible in these regards and can be matched with the needs of almost any organization.

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