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    Moving Security Groups in AD

    If i move security and distribution groups in AD will it break anything?

    My thinking is most things in windows will be fine but does say, Ruckus look at the groups with the distinguishedName and thus wont update?

    A quick search didn't turn anything up for me.

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    You won't break anything in AD & standard windows/mac client operation by moving objects like this, but yes anything that looks for the full distinguished name of an object in an LDAP query will want updating.

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