This step allows you to specify whether the task should be started immediately or scheduled.
In this step, the wizard displays all the settings you made in the previous steps. You can print these settings for later review by clicking the Print button and then selecting the printer. You can also save the settings in a text file by clicking the Save As button and specifying the filename.
Click Finish to complete the SQL Processing Wizard. The new SQL processing task will appear under the Tasks container in the Migration Project tree.
To start an SQL processing task from Migration Manager, select the task in the project tree, right-click the task, and select the Start command from the shortcut menu.
Caution: If the SQL server agent is not running while the SQL server is being updated, a warning message will be displayed. If this message appears in the case of a running agent, then some tasks may not work properly. Restarting the SQL server agent is recommended.
To view the task execution progress, select the task object in the project tree and switch to the Information tab in the right-hand pane.
If for some reason you want to interrupt SQL processing, right-click the task and select the Stop command from the shortcut menu.
If you stop processing by selecting the Stop command, or the task execution is stopped due to an error, the task acts as follows:
The SQL Processing Wizard log is stored in the SQLWiz.log file.
To reconfigure the task, right-click the task object and select Properties. The SQL Processing Wizard will start and let you specify different options for the task. Refer to the steps above for more information on the options.
Caution: If you access SQL Server as a member of the local group (for example, BUILTIN\Administrators), you should process the local groups on the source domain controller with Resource Updating Manager to make the newly-created accounts members of these groups. In that case, the local groups must be excluded from processing by the SQL Processing Wizard.
Migration Manager is capable of re-permissioning a Microsoft cluster. However, it requires a more involved procedure than what is required by non-clustered servers. This section describes the detailed steps for a successful cluster migration.
Note that cluster resources are processed only if they belong to the same group as Network Name.
The procedure involves the three major steps:
There are two variations on the steps that can be taken: