Active Directory Production Pilot Project Department of Administration Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) ETS is a customer based team that provides.
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Active Directory Production Pilot Project Department of Administration Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) ETS is a customer based team that provides quality telecommunications and information technology services for all branches of state government.
Active Directory Production Pilot Kickoff Meeting Introductions TMC recommendations ETS Project Approach Sub Projects AD Infrastructure Enterprise AD Migration Planning Early Adopters Migration to AD Shared File Servers Project Organization Project Timeline
TMC recommended Program Objectives Single Authentication / Active Directory Single Enterprise Exchange e-mail, calendaring and mobile devices support Support for Enterprise Data Security Requirements Appropriate Staffing, Training and Responsive Change Management Ability to Consolidate / Migrate File and Print Services Provide Similar Service Delivery Level to All Locations Responsible Customer Service Infrastructure Optimization Return on Investment (ROI) Survey Active Directory as the State’s authoritative directory service
TMC Recommended Action Items Short Term (0-12 months) Build out current AD for early adopters Update IT inventory for AD early adopters Conduct a User Training Survey Conduct a Technical Training Survey Conduct End-User Desktop Satisfaction Survey Enterprise contracts for desktop, laptops, printers Desktop Replacement process Clearinghouse for visits to remote locations Centralized file Servers as appropriate Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Self Service & Password Resets Enterprise Antivirus Servers Real time views of the Network Infrastructure Optimization (ROI) Survey
Active Directory Early Adopters Administration Commerce Education and Early Development in Anchorage Fish and Game Governor’s Office Law
AD Pilot Sub-Projects AD Infrastructure Enterprise AD Migration Planning Early Adopters migration to AD Shared File Server Demonstration
AD Infrastructure Early Adopters Production AD Build-Out Physical Security Standards, Monitoring Site remediation and facilities preparation DC purchase, set-up and deployment Incremental build out of AD to support department pilot migrations. Revisions to the AD Design
Enterprise Migration Planning Development of an AD project scope and address other TMC recommended action items (Chart) Specification, evaluation, testing of any 3 rd party migration tools Development of OU and enterprise training plans Development of a generic migration WBS Coordinate ROI Study Development of SLAs for AD and File Servers
Early Adopters Migration to AD Meetings with Departmental IT Staff to confirm computer, user, network and application information Discuss and Prioritize AD needs Discover any unique needs Define the Department Migration Scope Migration Planning (inc. department staff requirements) Migration Execution
Shared File Server Demonstration Plan and deploy shared file servers Design and test the administrative model Deliver a Report with recommendations about future implementations of Shared File Servers TMC recommendation is that participation in Shared Servers is non-mandatory