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Metalogix Essentials for Office 365 2.7 - User Guide

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Google Group Mapping

When migrating from Google Drive to OneDrive for Business it may be necessary to re-map your Google based groups into existing Office 365 groups.

This may be necessary when you have a group on your Google document that you want to translate into another group in your Office 365 environment. You can do so automatically using the Mapping Report wizard within essentials, or manually with the following steps:

1.In your Google Drive, open the 'share' pane of the file that you want to map the group from.
GoogleDoc
As is shown in the image above, "EDI@domainname.com" is the group. When migrating this into OneDrive, it will become "EDI At domainname.com".

2.Find the Group that you want to map this Google Drive group to in Sharepoint. On this screen, copy the Account for the group that you want to map into within OneDrive.
GroupPicture

3.Make a new entry in your User Mapping file for the Group.
EDI

As you can see, use the information from the Google side on the leftmost column and use the information from your SharePoint side on the rightmost column. When you use this mapping file, your group should map from Google Drive to an existing group in OneDrive.

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NOTE: When creating your mapping you can use full group names and domains (edi@domainname.com,groupname) or you can simply set it up using the group name without the domain (edi,groupname)

Google User Mapping

When migrating from Google Drive to OneDrive for Business it may be necessary to re-map your Google based user accounts into their new Office 365 user accounts.

A migration example that may not require user mapping:

Google User Account

Office 365 User Account

 

user1@company.com

user1@company.com

Both the username (user1) and domain (company.com) are identical between Google and Office 365.  (If you are using a .onmicrosoft.com email to authenticate against Office 365, then you will need to map all users even if the usernames and domain are identical.)

A few migration examples that would require the use of a mapping file:

Google User Account

Office 365 User Account

 

user1@companyA.com

user1@companyB.com

The username (user1) is the same between Google and Office 365, however the domain has changed (companyA.com | companyB.com).

user1@companyA.com

user.one@companyB.com

Both the username (user1 | user.one) and the domain (companyA.com | companyB.com) is different.

user1@company.com

user.one@company.com

The domain is the same (company.com), but the username has changed (user1 | user.one).

Based on the examples above, if your situation requires the use of a mapping file, please create it using the Mapping Reports wizard, or manually using the steps below.

1.Create a new blank worksheet in Excel.

2.In Column A, enter the list of Google User Accounts.

3.In Column B, enter the list of Office 365 User Accounts next to their respective Google Accounts.

4.When complete, save this to a CSV file.

If you are not using Excel, then please create this mapping in a text file and then change the file extension to CSV when complete.  The file format should look similar to this when viewed in a text editor:
 

user1@companyA.com,user1@companyB.com

user2@companyA.com,user2@companyB.com

user3@companyA.com,user3@companyB.com

user4@companyA.com,user4@companyB.com

user5@companyA.com,user5@companyB.com

 
Click here to download an example user mapping file.

Google Permission Mapping

The application provides options to map domain and default Google permissions to SharePoint.

To enable migration of Google permissions, select the Copy Permissions option under Advanced Options in the copy wizard. The unique permissions granted to documents will be preserved unless you chose to map Google Permissions to SharePoint.

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Copy File Share

Metalogix Essentials for Drives provides a simplified, wizard driven experience to migrating content in, out, or between various drive management systems (local or cloud based).  It can also provide additional functionality to managing some or all OneDrive for Business sites within a specific Office 365 tenant.

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