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Binary Tree Power365 Current - Power365 Tenant-to-Tenant Migration Quick Start Guide

Previous Updates


  • An issue where the cutover script did not accurately determine the OS version has been resolved. (5255)

  • The User Management page has been added to Migrator Pro for Active Directory. This page allows you to enable role-based access control to limit user access to activities and information. (5256)

  • The ability to rollback a cutover of Windows 10 workstations has been added. (5257)

  • The "All Profiles" option has been added to the Active Directory device, user view. (7796)

  • Windows Defender (\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows Defender) has been added to the default Excluded Directories for ReACL profiles. (8389)

  • Before the computer logs off during the Cutover process, the user is now alerted the computer will restart. The user is also prompted to wait for the computer to restart before logging back in. (71946)

  • The "Update Mailbox-Enabled Object Only" option has been re-added to the product. (72121)

  • The Cutover script that renames the BrokerPlugin Directory now skips Windows 7 devices because these folders are not available in Windows 7. (72642)

  • Password information in the Auditdata table has been masked. (72758)

  • An issue with the Profile Security Delegation feature has been resolved. (70478)

  • An issue that occurs after a Windows 10 machine cutover where the Start menu and search bar do not work properly and Office 365 ProPlus does not authenticate properly to Office 365 has been resolved. This issue has also been resolved for Offline Domain Join. (70696)

  • The ability to set the default domain for logon prior to Cutover has been added. During Cutover, the last logged on user information is cleared, and the machine’s logon domain is set to the value specified in the Target Domain of the Cutover Credentials. This feature will make logging into the correct domain less confusing for users after Cutover. 

    This feature has also been added to Offline Domain Join. While queuing an Offline Domain Join, verification of the Device ReACL Status is performed to determine a successful ReACL before allowing the queuing of the job. The ability to Ignore ReACL status has been extended to the Offline Domain Join job options in the event a successful ReACL cannot be achieved. (70902)

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