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On Demand Migration Current - User Guide

About On Demand Migration Before you Start Working with On Demand Migration Account Migration Mailbox Migration OneDrive Migration Microsoft Teams Migration Microsoft 365 Groups Migration SharePoint Migration Public Folders Migration Troubleshooting Finalizing the Migration Appendix A: Working with PowerShell

Project Management

A migration project contains the full set of migration features and provides a summary of all the migration activities in the project dashboard. You can work with a single migration project for small migrations or you can set up multiple migration projects to split larger migration plans into manageable projects.

 

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Try the new project management experience

Continue with the current project management user interface

New project management user interface

To create a migration project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the Migration projects view.

  3. To use the new project management user interface, turn on the Try the new project wizard toggle.
  4. Click Create Project.

    -or-

    If you have already created one or more projects, click Create Project as shown below.

  5. The New Project wizard starts.
  6. Step 1: Project Detail

    Enter the information in the fields as described below:

    1. Title - Specify a meaningful name for the project. Maximum number of characters is 128.
    2. Description - Enter a description about the project. Maximum number of characters is 200.
    3. Source Tenant - Select a source tenant from the dropdown list.
    4. Target Tenant - Select a target tenant from the dropdown list.
    5. Click Save and Continue.

  7. Step 2: Assets

    Select one or more assets from the set of information assets that you want to migrate. The Account asset is mandatory because all other assets are directly or indirectly linked to active directory accounts in your source and target tenants.

    Each asset is treated as an application for migration purposes and automatically assigned a service principal.

  8. Step 3: Consents

    Most Microsoft 365 objects can be migrated when the service principals for each asset have been granted the consent. See Consents and permissions for more information.

    To grant consent the service principals:

    1. Click Grant Consent to grant the consents to the service principal if the tenant consents were not granted when you added the tenants.

      -or-

      Click Regrant Consent to refresh the consents granted to the service principals. It is recommended that you regrant consent to ensure that the consent to the service principals are refreshed.

    2. Migration of some Microsoft 365 objects require a user principal with the Global Administrator or other specific roles and you must provide additional authorization. Typically, the tenant administrator credentials are provided. You can provide the credentials for authorization in an Features step.

      Select Yes. Proceed to activate the Features step. Select No. Skip to ignore the Features step.

    3. Click Save and Continue.

  9. Step 4: Features

    NOTE: This step is available if you select Yes. Proceed in the previous step.

    To grant additional authorization with a source and target user principal:

    1. Enter the email address of the target user accounts.
    2. Enter the password of the target user accounts.
    3. Click Save and Continue, or click Skip this page to avoid entering and verifying user principal accounts.

  10. Step 5: Overview
    1. Verify the information you have provided for each step. Click Edit to return to the step and revise the information as needed.
    2. Select Open Project to open the project dashboard.
    3. Click Finish to activate the project.

To rename a migration project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the Migration projects view.
  3. From the top right-hand corner of the project panel, click the More Actions icon (3 dots). Then click Rename Project.
  4. Revise the name or description as needed.

  5. Click Save Project Name to save the changes and close the dialog.

To delete an existing project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the Migration projects view.
  3. From the top right-hand corner of the project panel, click the More Actions icon (3 dots). Then click Delete Project.

  4. Click OK to confirm the deletion.

Current project management user interface

To create a migration project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the My Projects view.

  3. Click Create Project.

    -or-

    If you have already created one or more projects, click Create Project as shown below.

  4. Step 1: Select Source and Target

    1. Project Name - Specify a meaningful name for the project. The default name is New Migration Project.
    2. Project Description - Enter a description about the project.
    3. Source Tenant - Select a source tenant from the dropdown list.
    4. Target Tenant - Select a target tenant from the dropdown list.
    5. Click Save and Continue.
  5. Step 2: Provide Admin Consent

     Most Microsoft 365 objects can be migrated when the service principals (the On Demand Migration service applications) have been granted the consent. To use the service principal:

    1. Click Grant Consent to grant the consents to the service principal if the tenant consents were not granted when you added the tenants.
    2. Click Regrant Consent to refresh the consents granted to the service principals. It is recommended that you regrant consent to ensure that the consent to the service principals are refreshed.
    3. Click Save and Continue.

    If you need to provision OneDrive accounts in the target tenant with the credentials of another user principal with the SharePoint Administrator role you must provide additional authorization.

    1. Enter the email address of the target administrator.
    2. Enter the password of the target administrator.
    3. Click Save and Continue.

  6. Step 3: Project Created
    1. Verify that permissions were granted
    2. Open Project - select this option to open the project dashboard.
    3. Click Finish and Close.

To rename a migration project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the My Projects view.
  3. From the top right-hand corner of the project panel, click the More Actions icon (3 dots). Then click Rename Project.
  4. Revise the name or description as needed.

  5. Click Save Project Name to save the changes and close the dialog.

To delete an existing project:

  1. Sign in to Quest On Demand.
  2. From the navigation pane, click Migration to open the My Projects view.
  3. From the top right-hand corner of the project panel, click the More Actions icon (3 dots). Then click Delete Project.

  4. Click OK to confirm the deletion.

Project Dashboard

Information about the migration project is summarized on the project dashboard. The tiles that you can see and the features that you can access through the project dashboard depend on your subscription. For information about subscriptions, see On Demand Global Settings Current User Guide.

Each tile on this dashboard presents a summary of the migration activities and lets you navigate to the respective migration service dashboards or list views as described below:

Welcome

Quick start your migration activities from this tile. The following activities can be performed here:

Grant Consent - If you see a green icon, you have granted the necessary consents to the source and target tenants associated with this project. Otherwise the Grant link is displayed and you can click the link to complete the authorization process for the source or target tenants.

Discover Accounts - If you see a green icon, you have already discovered one or more accounts in the source tenant. Otherwise, click Discover to open the Accounts List view and start a discovery process.

Match Accounts - If you see a green icon, you have matched one or more accounts between the source and target tenants. Otherwise, click Select to open the Accounts List view and start a matching process. You must discover one or more accounts before you can start the matching process.

Migrate Accounts - If you see a green icon, you have migrated one or more accounts from the source to the target tenant. Otherwise, click Select to open the Accounts List view and start a migration process. You must match one or more accounts before you can start the migration process.

Accounts, Mail, OneDrive and Teams

These tiles presents information about the objects that were discovered or migrated in addition to other pertinent information. These objects are managed through the Account and User Data workspace and share a common dashboard. Click Open from the Accounts, Mail, OneDrive, and Teams tiles to access the common dashboard.

Public Folders

Displays information about the discovered and migrated public folders. Click Open to access the dashboard in the Public folder workspace.

SharePoint

This tile presents information about the discovered and migrated SharePoint objects. Click Open to access the dashboard in the SharePoint workspace.

Active Directory

Click Open to access the Active Directory workspace for Microsoft 365 domain move service, directory synchronization services for Microsoft Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, and other migration services for Microsoft Active Directory.

Tasks

Displays the five most recent tasks that were completed in the Accounts and User Data workspace. Click Show All to open the Tasks List view in the Accounts and User Data workspace.

Events

Displays the five most recent events that were completed in the Accounts and User Data workspace. Click Show All to open the Events List view in the Accounts and User Data workspace.

Task Management

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Viewing the task list

Each On Demand Migration dashboard has a Tasks tab.

Click the Tasks tab to see the Tasks list. The Tasks list displays all the tasks that are initiated throughout the migration process. From the Tasks list you can:

  • Track the progress of a task and view the results of finished tasks. When you select a task, the task details pane appears and displays the details the detailed information and statistics of the task.
  • Filter and search to quickly navigate through the list of tasks.
  • Start, stop, and delete tasks.
  • Edit tasks

The columns in the Tasks list are as described below:

  • Title - name of the task that is initiated. You can specify custom names for task when they are created from the various task wizards.
  • State - state of the task as it transitions from initiation to completion.
  • Type - type of the task. For example, the following are some of the task types that are used in On Demand Migration:

    Account Mailbox OneDrive SharePoint
    Discovery Mailbox Assessment OneDrive Assessment ProjectRefresh
    Matching Mail Migration OneDrive Migration DiscoverSiteCollections
    Migration Mailbox Switch   DiscoverSharePointContents
    Resource Processing Address Rewriting   MatchSharePointContents
    Map From File Meeting Link Migration   MappingFromFileSharePointContents
    Assign ODM License Calendar Sharing   MigrateSharePointContents
         

  • Created - date and time the task is started.
  • Operation - description of what the task accomplished.

Viewing task details

The task details pane provides the following information:

  • Name - name of the task used as the title of the details pane.
  • Type - type of the task.
  • Created - date and time the task is started.
  • Modified - date and time the most recent operation in the task is performed.
  • State - state of the task as it transitions from initiation to completion. Valid values are New, In Progress, Failed, Stopped, Completed and Completed with Issues. The state of an object is set to Stopped when a task is stopped by the user.
  • Last Operation - most recent operation that the task accomplished.
  • Schedule - how the task is started. The values are:
    • Now - if the task is started immediately after the task wizard is completed.
    • On Demand - if the task is started manually.
    • <timestamp> - if the task is scheduled to start at a scheduled date and time.
  • Events - number of events that occurred during the task.

Click Copy Diagnostics to copy relevant task properties to the clipboard. You can then paste the properties in a text file and provide the information to Technical Support for troubleshooting or use the properties in PowerShell commands. The information that is copied to the clipboard is described below:

  • Organization ID - unique identifier of the Quest On Demand organization.
  • Deployment Region - Azure region code. Each Azure geography contains one or more regions that are used for specific data residency and compliance requirements.
  • Organization Name - name of the Quest On Demand organization.
  • Project ID - unique identifier of the migration project.
  • Task ID - unique identifier of the task.

Scheduling tasks

To optimize performance you can select schedule options for all tasks using Schedule page of task wizards. This is reasonable for the task that may take a considerable amount of time. The following options are available:

  • Run now - task runs immediately.
  • Run later - task must be started manually.
  • Schedule - task will be started at a future date and time.
    • Start - enter the start time for the task, or use the date and time picker to set a date and time.

Editing tasks

From the Tasks list you can edit previously created tasks to reuse them in one of three ways:

Editing a completed task

You can edit a completed task. Depending on the schedule option selected you can:

  • Automatically restart changed task in case Run now option is selected.
  • Manually start changed task in case Run later option is selected. All changes will be applied after the task is restarted.
  • Schedule the start for the changed task in case Schedule option is selected. All changes will be applied after the task is restarted.

NOTE: You cannot undo this operation after the wizard is finished to reset the edited task to initial settings.

Editing a running task

You can edit a running task to reuse or restart it. Depending on the schedule option selected you can:

  • Automatically restart changed task in case Run now option is selected.
  • Manually start changed task in case Run later option is selected. All changes will be applied after the task is restarted.
  • Schedule start for changed task in case Schedule option is selected. All changes will be applied after the task is restarted.

NOTE:

  • Your changes cannot affect the task that is currently running.
  • You cannot undo this operation after the wizard is finished to reset the edited task to initial settings.
Editing a task that has not started

You can edit task in case it is not started to change your settings. Depending on the schedule option selected you can:

  • Automatically start changed task in case Run now option is selected.
  • Manually start changed task in case Run later option is selected.
  • Schedule start for changed task in case Schedule option is selected.

NOTE: You cannot undo this operation after the wizard is finished to reset the edited task to initial settings.

Stopping and restarting tasks

To stop a running task:

  1. Open the On Demand Migration Tasks tab.
  2. From the tasks list, click the running task. The Stop button is activated.
  3. Click Stop.
  4. A confirmation dialog appears. Click Stop

NOTE: The task may take a few minutes to change state.

To restart a stopped task:

  1. Open the On Demand Migration Tasks tab
  2. Select a task where the State is "Stopped". The Start button is now enabled.
  3. Click Start.
  4. A confirmation dialog appears. Click Start.

NOTE: The task will restart from the beginning using the same settings.

Event Management

Events list contains all notifications and alerts related to the environment configuration and migration process. It allows you:

  • View all events related to the migration process.
  • If you are using new migration UI select an event to see details related to the event on the right pane.
  • Hide certain alerts from the list by using Acknowledge option. This might be useful if you don’t want to be distracted by the accidental warning or “expected” error.
  • Explore details about selected events. See the details pane on the right pane of the screen for more details and statistics for the selected event.
  • Export selected events into comma-separated values (CSV) file for analytic or archival purposes.

TIP: Use search or filtering to quickly navigate to the points of interest.

Please consider the following:

Depending on selected migration options, the content is transferred in separate batches that can be submitted for processing at the same time. It can take a while before processing of submitted batches will be completed. To help tracking the migration, the status for batches that are processed will be reported approximately every 5 minutes.

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