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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7 - Administration Guide

About this guide AddProxy utility Directory Exporter AD Object Merge Tool Administrator-Driven Batch Migrator
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AddProxy prerequisites

You may use the AddProxy program if any of these three conditions is met:

Your organization does not use Internet addressing.
If users have already granted other proxy rights to the migration admin account: Use a text editor to edit the addproxy.ini file, to change the AllowAdd=1 parameter to AllowAdd=0. Then save the change and close the file.

Installing AddProxy

To install and configure Quest AddProxy utility:

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Copy addproxy.ini from your Quest programs folder to the above folder (keeping the same addproxy.ini name), and edit the copy to accommodate your circumstances and preferences. (See Addproxy.ini specifications below for item definitions and specifications for the addproxy.ini file.)
3
Copy addproxy.exe, _addproxy.exe and mfc42.dll to the above folder.
4
Modify the network system login script (or the login scripts of selected users) to run addproxy.exe. For example, if the program were installed to the above folder, you would add this line to your network system login script:
Note: If you are using a Netware login script, be sure to add an @ symbol to precede the name of the executable you want to run. For example:

As each user logs into the network and thereby activates the system login script, the AddProxy program will automatically run on his or her machine. If the program succeeds in authorizing proxy rights, it will note the success in the log file for successes (designated by the SuccessLog= parameter in add­proxy.ini). If the program fails, it will generate an error entry in the log file for failures (designated by the FailureLog= parameter in addproxy.ini).

A successful run of AddProxy generates an item in the user’s Windows’ registry at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wingra Technologies\GroupWise Migrator\AddedProxies, in the form of a new DWORD Value of the user and the proxy user, like this:

AddProxy will not run more than once for any single user unless the configuration settings, such as a new proxy user, have changed. The parameter setting Force=1 in the addproxy.ini file will override this and always force AddProxy to run, regardless of the registry setting.

Is it working?

To determine whether the AddProxy utility is working, check the SuccessLog file to see whether user runs of the program are being recorded there. The AddProxy program automatically logs each successful run in its log file for successes— designated by the SuccessLog= parameter in addproxy.ini.

Uninstalling the AddProxy program

After all users have run the AddProxy program, remove the line that runs AddProxy from your network login script(s) — the line you added in step 4 of the installation instructions in the preceding section. You may then remove the files addproxy.ini, addproxy.exe, _addproxy.exe and mfc42.dll from your server.

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