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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7.1 - Administration Guide

About this guide AddProxy utility Directory Exporter AD Object Merge Tool Administrator-Driven Batch Migrator
Why and when to use the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator Before running the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator ... Online search feature Per-screen instructions and application notes Did it work? Remember to distribute any user .pst files
The Log Viewer Office 365 Admin Account Pool Utility Discovery utility

How to ...

This section describes how to complete various tasks in the Log Viewer.

Click the Open Log File button (in the Toolbar) to view a list of log files that can be opened. In the File section of the screen, select a log file and click OK to open the log in the Quest Log File Viewer.
Edit menu | Find... (or Ctrl+F): Opens a Find dialog box that lets you specify a text string to search for within the open file. The Find feature highlights the entire line that contains the target string.
File menu | Recent Files: Shows a list of recently opened files, from which you can select a file to re-open (to quickly re-open a file you have recently viewed and closed).
File menu | Save Copy Of Log File As... (appears only when a file is open): Opens a standard Windows Save As dialog box, from which you can specify the filename and location where you want the open file to be saved. (This feature does not permit any revisions to the open file. It simply lets you save the file in its original form to a new filename and/or a new location.)
View menu | Show Line Numbers (or Ctrl+L): Toggles the display of line numbers (within the open file) on and off.
Edit menu | Go To Line Number: Opens a dialog box that lets you specify the destination line number. (Enter the number and click OK.)
View menu | Show Complete Log Entry (or F5): Opens a Log Detail window that shows the entire string for the selected item—useful when the item text overruns the Log Viewer’s maximum line length (maximum 259 characters), or if the line extends beyond the right edge of the viewer window without wrapping.
View menu | Enable Internet Access: Toggles the Internet connection on and off.
Edit menu | Copy (or Ctrl+C): Copies the selected line to the Windows clipboard.
File menu | Exit: Closes the Log Viewer window, or click the Log Viewer Close box ([X]) to dismiss the window and return to the previous display.

Office 365 Admin Account Pool Utility

About the Account Pool Utility

Microsoft currently imposes various throttles in Office 365 to ensure service availability and performance for all tenants. Some of these throttles take effect when any account (including a migration admin account) initiates more than two concurrent connections. Each migration thread counts as a connection, so throttling can have a dramatic impact on migration performance to Office 365. Quest migration solutions commonly achieve optimal throughput with eight to twelve threads for migration to local targets, and potentially more threads for higher-end hardware. To achieve similar results to Office 365, separate migration admin accounts must be used to bypass the throttling limitations.

Since Microsoft’s throttle is applied per admin account, Migrator for GroupWise runs multiple admin accounts simultaneously, on separate machines, each set to migrate with only one thread at a time. The net throughput then becomes a function of the sum of all these multiple accounts’ processing threads—one per admin account. The Office 365 admin users in the pool are not assigned licenses in Office 365, so they do not consume available licenses.

Migrator for GroupWise includes an Admin Account Pool Utility that helps you manage a "pool" of Office 365 admin accounts for this purpose. The utility is designed to help you manage the admin accounts.

Necessary preparations for the Admin Account Pool Utility

Some preparations are necessary before you can use the Admin Account Pooling Utility. These steps are mandatory.

Migrator for GroupWise’s Account Pool Utility uses Microsoft Office 365 cmdlets to issue commands to Office 365, and these cmdlets must be installed before Migrator for GroupWise can use account pooling. Note these requirements before you can install the cmdlets:

You must install the MSOL Sign-in Assistant. Download and install one of the following from the Microsoft Download Center:
To install the cmdlets, double-click the AdministrationConfig.msi file.

The installer adds the program to your Start menu, and adds a shortcut to your desktop.

Migrator for GroupWise’s Account Pool Utility helps you manage account pool membership, but it does not tell the other Migrator for GroupWise applications to make use of its pool of accounts. To make use of the account pool check the Use admin account pool checkbox on the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator’s Office 365 Mail Settings screen.

The Use admin account pool checkbox is available only when Office 365 is selected as the Target Exchange System on the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator’s Select Operations screen.

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