Per-user destination locations for users' new PST files are (if necessary) specified in the SQL Server database. To edit the contents of the SQL Server database, you need to export the data to a .tsv (tab-separated-values format) file, then edit the contents of the table, and then import the edited .tsv file back into the SQL Server database.
If you are unfamiliar with this export-edit-import process, see the topic How Do I Edit Exported Directory and Collections Data Tables? elsewhere in the Quest Notes Migrator for Exchange User Guide.
To specify per-user destinations for users' new PST files in the SQL Server database rather than from entries in the Data Migration Wizard, enter the appropriate per-user values into this column:
- PSTdir column: The directory where PSTs are stored for the user, used if each user's PST will go to a separate directory. Normally the admin would specify a central location for the Wizard to create all PSTs, and the Wizard would create a subtree under that.
If the admin would rather put each PST in each user's home directory, then each user's home directory can be added here.