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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16.3 - Administration Guide

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Customize Configuration

Customize Configuration

This screen, which lets you edit the Task Parameters for this task, appears only if the Advanced Settings option is selected on the View menu in Notes Migration Manager.


To enable or disable this capability to edit Task Parameters

  • On the View menu in the Notes Migration Manager, select (enable) or clear (disable) the Advanced Settings option.

    The Advanced Settings option is a toggle that determines whether the wizards allow you open and edit Task Parameters. If the feature is enabled, a Customize Configuration screen appears at the start of the screen sequence for any wizard that offers this feature.

    Task Parameters are edited as if the parameters were stored in an INI file, although the parameters are stored as part of the task definition within the SQL database. The Customize Configuration feature copies the current parameter settings from the SQL database into a text document in Windows Notepad so you can use the Notepad text-editing features to change parameter values or add new parameter specifications.


To add or edit Task Parameters:

  1. Click Edit.

    The wizard opens the task configuration settings in Windows Notepad.

  1. Find the pertinent [SectionName] for the parameter you want to add or whose value you want to edit.

    NOTE: Findthepertinent[SectionName]fortheparameteryouwanttoaddorwhosevalueyouwanttoedit.

  1. Add the parameter or edit its value.

  2. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary to make as many additions and changes to the parameters as needed.

  3. Close Notepad.

    Notes Migration Manager copies the new parameter value(s) back into the SQL database.



Specify Active Directory Information

Specify Active Directory Information

This screen appears if you are provisioning groups to a local AD either as your migration target or for later relay to Microsoft 365 by Microsoft AD sync, but not if you are provisioning groups directly from the source Domino to Microsoft 365. This screen also appears if the information it requests was not collected in Notes Migration Manager (in the Active Directory Configuration screen).

These fields specify AD server access credentials to authenticate the administrator by whose authority the program reads the Active Directory:

  • Global Catalog host name: Type the name of the AD Global Catalog server—for example, or

    NOTE: If you have multiple Global Catalogs/Domain Controllers in an AD forest, you can choose any GC in the setup as long as it is in the same domain.

    IMPORTANT: If migrating to an Exchange on-premises server, you must enter fully qualified domain names for the Global Catalog host name and Domain Controller host name.

  • Domain Controller host name: Specify the PowerShell Domain Controller that Migrator for Notes to Exchange will call to perform operations in Exchange 2010 or later.

  • User name: The sAMAccountName, UPN, or fully qualified DN of the administrator by whose authority the wizard will access the target AD. If your sAMAccountNames are ambiguous, use the UPN or DN.

  • Password: Password associated with the User name. Click Next.


Choose Your Group Settings

Choose Your Group Settings

Enter the choices here to determine how the groups will be provisioned into the target directory and click Next.

  • Group Scope: This setting determines whether a group can accept members from other domains and whether it can be used in other domains. Groups in AD are assigned one of three scopes: Domain Local groups, Global groups, and Universal groups. Group scopes are less important if you have only one domain. For a single-domain environment, all groups can be Universal groups unless you expect to expand to multiple domains at a later time. For information about AD Group Scope, see your Microsoft Active Directory documentation.

  • Group Type: Groups in AD are designated as one of two types: Security groups and Distribution groups. Either type can include users, contacts, and computer objects as members. For information about AD Group Type, see your Microsoft Active Directory documentation.

  • Container for Groups (appears grayed-out if provisioning directly to Microsoft 365): Specify (fully qualified) the AD container that will contain the groups created during the provisioning process. For example: OU=Groups,DC=mydomain,DC=com.

  • Add contacts for members not found in the target system: A check box to determine whether the wizard should create new contact objects for any group member that does not already exist in AD.

  • Container for Contacts (appears grayed-out if provisioning directly to Microsoft 365): Specify (fully qualified) the AD container that will contain the new contacts the program will create for group members who are not found in AD. For example: OU=Contacts,OU=Groups, DC=mydomain,DC=com.

  • Keep groups in sync with corresponding Notes groups: A check box to determine whether the wizard should delete a Group member from an AD Group if the member is found to not be a member of the corresponding Group in Notes.



Generating Task

Generating Task

The screen reports progress as it determines the details and associated work items of the task you configured. In the next screen you can review the details and associated work items, and decide whether to create the task, or go back and change any specifications that define the task. When the process is complete, the wizard displays the next screen.



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