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Metalogix Content Matrix 9.3 - SharePoint Edition User Guide

Introduction Entering the License Key Content Matrix Console End User Interface Enabling Advanced Mode Connecting and Migrating Account Requirements Connecting to SharePoint Preparing for a Migration How Content Matrix Handles Various SharePoint Components
How Team Sites are Migrated to Modern Team Sites How Publishing Sites are Migrated to Communication Sites How MySites are Migrated How Records Centers are Migrated to SharePoint Online Using the Import Pipeline How Master Pages are Migrated How List Template Galleries Are Migrated How Content Types are Migrated Document Version and Checked Out File Limitations How Ghosted and Un-Ghosted Pages are Migrated How Document Sets are Migrated How Navigation is Migrated How "Share With" Metadata is Migrated to SharePoint Online Using the Import Pipeline How Web Parts are Migrated How Site Themes are Preserved How Site Features Are Migrated How Managed Metadata, Terms, and Term Stores are Migrated How Users and Permissions are Migrated How BCS/BDC Data is Migrated How OneNote Notebooks are Migrated How Customized Form Pages are Migrated How InfoPath Forms are Migrated How SharePoint Workflows are Migrated How Nintex Workflows and Forms are Migrated How Link Correction Works
Initiating a Migration Configuring Copying Options Saving or Running a Migration Job Copying SharePoint Objects as a Separate Action Converting Classic Pages to Modern Pages After a Migration Incremental Migration Using PowerShell with Content Matrix
Configuring PowerShell for Use with Content Matrix Creating and Running a PowerShell Script Content Matrix PowerShell Commandlet List
Metalogix.System.Commands Metalogix.SharePoint.Commands Metalogix.Jobs.Reporting.Commands Metalogix.SharePoint.Migration.Commands
Modifying Content Matrix Configuration and Settings Configuring Content Matrix for Distributed Migration Frequently Asked Questions
DB_Owner Permission Keyboard Shortcuts License Key Troubleshooting Determining the Status of a Migration Running in the Background MySite and User Profile Migration Issues Optimal Setup for Best Performance Migrating SharePoint On Premises Using Proxies, Load Balancing or Alternate Access Mappings Troubleshooting the Extensions Web Service Installing the Extensions Web Service on Specific Systems Extensions Web Service Installation Files Using Older Versions of the Extensions Web Service Migrating JavaScript Migrating Site Variations Migrating with SharePoint Document IDs Changing a Job Configuration for Multiple Files SharePoint 2013 and Later Site Collection Creation Issue Job List Database fails to Load After Upgrade Customized Wiki Page Web Part Zones Not Being Migrated Preserving SharePoint List Item IDs with a CSOM Connection Type Retrying Failed Document Copies to O365 CSOM Connections Migrating Content When the Source Custom List Template is Missing Are SharePoint Online Migrations Throttled? What to Expect when Migrating with StoragePoint How Do I Identify and Remove Containers and Queues from My Azure Private Storage Account? Import Pipeline Batches Getting Stuck "Error, the batch will be resubmitted" Message Displays When Using the Import Pipeline Item Count at Target is Increased When Migrating Using the Import Pipeline Custom Lists with Versioning Enabled Not Being Migrated When Using the Import Pipeline Supported Nintex Actions for SPO Migration Support for GCC High Tenants
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User Mappings

During a migration, user mappings are carried out in the following order of precedence:

A.Explicit mapping

B.Domain Mapping

C.Auto mapping

D.Mapping missing users

E.Mapping to logged-in user

Explicit User Mappings

Explicit user mappings are generally used when trying to migrate a user account that is "orphaned": that is, it exists on the source but is no longer active (or may not be in Active Directory). While the user may not exist, the user’s data may still need to be migrated to the target.

One alternative to adding such an orphaned user to the target is to map the account to another user account. All of the user’s basic metadata would be migrated, but the user name would be populated with the mapped account name instead.

User mappings can also be imported using the Import mappings from XML option.

If you want to map all users (which includes "orphaned" users) from the source domain to a different domain on the target, you can do so using Domain Mappings.

To configure explicit user mappings:

User Mappings

1.In the Specify Global Mappings dialog, make sure the User Mappings tab is selected.

2.From the Source: drop-down on the left side of the dialog, select the source object containing the users you want to map to the target.

The Source list becomes populated with the users that have permissions for that object.

3.Use the information in the following table to determine the appropriate action to take.

If the user ...

Then …

already exists on the target

A.Select the source user that you want to map.

B.From the drop-down on the right (target) side of the dialog, select the target object containing the user to which you want to map.

C.The target list becomes populated with users that have permissions for the selected object.

D.Select the target user to which you want to map the source user.

does not already exist on the target

A.Click Create New User to display the Create New User dialog.

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B.(Required) Specify a Login Name.

NOTE: This is the most important field as it is used to create/add a new user and should automatically retrieve any necessary values from the target side authenticator.  Be sure to use the appropriate format for the authentication method (for example domain\user name, the O365 login name, or, if using Claims authentication, the appropriate Claims prefix and format).

C.(Optional) Complete the Display Name and/or Email fields. If the Login Name does not authenticate for any reason, these fields will be used to fill out the user data.

D.Click [OK].

4.Click Map.

The mapping displays in the lower half of the dialog.

5.Repeat steps 2-4 until you have completed mapping users.

NOTE:  You can map multiple source users to a single target user.

Auto User Mapping

For migrations to SharePoint Online, unless users are mapped explicitly all users will be automatically mapped from a source domain to a domain with the same name on the target.

IMPORTANT: Users will not be automapped if the Import Pipeline is used.

For example, if you are migrating users from an Active Directory domain called quest on the source to users in an Office 365 tenant domain has the same name, the users would be migrated as follows:

quest\amahfudh -> amahfudh@quest.onmicrosoft.com

quest\doconnor -> doconnor@quest.onmicrosoft.com

quest\fsullivan -> fsullivan@quest.onmicrosoft.com

quest\gbond -> gbond@quest.onmicrosoft.com

and so on.

NOTE:  If the source and target domains have different names, you can use Domain Mappings.

To bypass some of the limitations with Auto User Mapping (including use of the Import Pipeline) and to provide more flexible mapping options for both on premises and online targets, you can instead use a utility available from Quest Support to generate, configure, and import User Mappings.

Generating, Configuring, and Importing User Mappings with the UserMappingCLI Utility

Quest Support offers a powerful command line utility to help with automatically generating and configuring user mapping files, along with PowerShell Cmdlets for importing user mappings as a .

file.  For a copy of the utility with complete instructions, visit https://support.quest.com/metalogix-content-matrix/kb/311358/best-practices-for-generating-configuring-and-importing-user-mapping.

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