1.Select the newly added migration job in the Job List section.
§Click the [Generate PowerShell Script] button in the Job List menu options
§Right-click and choose Generate PowerShell Script.
3.Choose the appropriate option from the sub-menu to specify the security method that will be used when generating the PowerShell script to run the scheduled task. Use the information in the following table for guidance.
If you want to generate a PowerShell script for scheduling
that can be used only by the currently logged in User Account on the machine it is generated on
For Current User and Machine.
NOTE: Any PowerShell scripts that are generated for scheduling through this option can only be run by the logged in user on the machine they were generated on.
that can be used by any User account on the machine it is generated on
For Local Machine.
that can be used by any User account on any machine that has the certificate that is specified when the script is created
When you save the PowerShell script using this method you will be prompted to select a security certificate that exist on that machine. The selected certificate will be required on any system that attempts to run the script at a later date.
4.When a Notepad file containing the PowerShell script opens, save this file to the location from where you want the script to run, and give it an appropriate name (being sure to keep the ".ps1" extension).
Continue with the procedure for Scheduling a Migration Job via the Windows Task Scheduler.
After you have initiated a scheduled task in the Content Matrix Console Jobs List, create the task in the Windows Task Scheduler.
To schedule a migration job via the Windows Task Scheduler:
1.On the system where the scheduled task will run, open the Windows Task Scheduler.
2.Choose Actions > Create Task.
3.Enter a task Name and Description.
4.In the General tab, go to Security options and specify the user account that the task should be run under. Change the settings so the task will run regardless of whether the user is logged in.
5.Select the Triggers tab, and click [New] to add a new trigger for the scheduled task. This new task should use the On a schedule option. The start date can be set to a desired time, and the frequency and duration of the task can be set based on your specific needs. Click [OK] when your desired settings are entered.
6.Select the Actions tab and click [New] to set the action for this task to run. Set the Action to Start a program.
7.In the Program/script box enter "PowerShell."
8.In the Add arguments (optional) box enter the value ".\[Your PowerShell Script Name]." For example, if your PowerShell Script is named "Migration1.ps1" then you would enter ".\Migration1.ps1" as the value.
9.In the Start in (optional) box, add the location of the folder that contains your PowerShell script.
NOTE: The location used in the Start in box will also be used for storing the scheduled task run times, the job history for the copies, and any additional logging that may occur.
10.When all the desired settings are made, click [OK].
11.Next, set any other desired settings in the Conditions and Settings tabs. You can also set up additional actions, such as emailing an Administrator each time the script is run.
12.Once all the desired actions have been made (or added), click [OK].
The task will be immediately set, and is ready to run.
NOTE: The refresh is applied to whichever job list Metalogix Content Matrix is currently connected to, whether that is the Distributed Database (for the Distributed Migration feature) or via a standard connection.
To refresh the Jobs List:
1.From the Manage Queue dialog, select a job in the Job List. The row selector icon and the highlighted row indicates the selected row.
2.From the Jobs List menu bar, choose File > Refresh.
If the status of the job has changed, the Status value will indicate the new status of the job.
If the Metalogix Content Matrix Console is configured for Distributed Migration, you can run a job remotely, on a Distributed Migration agent machine.