Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.15.2 - Program Parameters Reference Guide

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation Introduction Parameters for Admin Components Parameters for the Self-Service Desktop Migrator (SSDM)

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation

About this Program Parameters Reference

This Program Parameters Reference Guide provides detailed specifications for all of the program parameters (“INI” parameters) that you can use to fine-tune the behavior and performance of Migrator for Notes to Exchange applications. This Reference is intended for network administrators, consultants, analysts, and any other IT professionals who will use the product or participate in planning for a migration project.

The material here is organized to help you find pertinent information quickly, either by parameter keyname or by subject. The parameter definitions are divided into two primary sections: one for parameters that apply to Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s admin components, and the other for parameters that apply to the Self-Service Desktop Migrator (SSDM). Within each section, parameters are grouped by the [Sections] in which they appear, and are alphabetically sorted within each [Section].

If you want to know the meaning, syntax and uses of a particular parameter whose name you know, and you already know the [Section] in which it appears, you can simply look it up alphabetically by parameter keyname within the pertinent [Section]. If you don’t know the [Section] you can look up the keyname in the Index.

If, on the other hand, you want to know which parameters pertain to a particular subject, consult the Subject/Keyword Cross-Reference table that immediately follows the SSDM parameters. For example, if you want to know which parameters control the processing of attachments, you can look up the keyword attachment, and there find a list of parameters that pertain to attachments.

In alphabetical order (by abbreviation):

AD Grps: AD Groups Provisioning Wizard
Collection: Collection Wizard
Data Loc: Notes Data Locator Wizard
Data Migr: Data Migration Wizard
Dir Exp: Directory Export Wizard
Doms Disc: Internet Domains Discovery Wizard
Log Vwr: Log File Viewer
NABs Disc: NABs Discovery Wizard
NMM: Notes Migration Manager
O365: Office 365 Admin Account Pool Utility
PAB Replic: Send PAB Replicator Wizard
Prov: Provisioning Wizard
Q Sched: Notes Migration Scheduling Application
SSDM: Self-Service Desktop Migrator
Usr Stats: Self-Service Desktop Migration Statistics Collection Wizard

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation suite

This Program Parameters Reference Guide is one of several documents that explain various aspects of Quest’s Migrator for Notes to Exchange product. The complete documentation suite includes:

Quick-Start Guide: An orientation to Migrator for Notes to Exchange's basic purposes, components and features, with a case study to illustrate typical usage. Also includes instructions for downloading and installing the software.
Pre-Migration Planning Guide: A checklist of strategic and tactical issues that an organization must consider and accommodate before beginning a migration project. An appendix also documents known limitations of the migration process.
Scenarios Guide: Descriptions of the most common migration scenarios—migrating to different target environments and for an array of other variables and preferences—with process instructions and flow charts that explain how to use Migrator for Notes to Exchange tools and features in each scenario.
Administration Guide: Operational details, application notes and screen-by-screen field notes for the administrator components of Migrator for Notes to Exchange.
Self-Service Desktop Migrator User Guide: Operating instructions, application notes and screen-by-screen field notes for the Self-Service Desktop Migrator (SSDM) component of Migrator for Notes to Exchange. The SSDM User Guide is provided as a separate PDF document so that an administrator can distribute it to any end users who will run the per-desktop program.
Program Parameters Reference: A listing of all Migrator for Notes to Exchange program parameters (and their valid values) in the Task Parameters and Global Defaults, and how to use them to control various program behaviors.
Online Help: Context-sensitive field definitions and application notes for all of Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s Wizards and other component applications.

All of these documents except the SSDM User Guide are intended for network administrators, consultants, analysts, and any other IT professionals who will install the product, use its admin tools, or contribute to migration project planning. Generally speaking, the Pre-Migration Planning Guide and Scenarios Guide present a more conceptual, theoretical view of the product, while the Administration Guide provides the hands-on, screen-by-screen descriptions and field notes. The SSDM User Guide is intended for end users or administrators who will use the Self-Service Desktop Migrator component.

NOTE: Quest recommends that all admins read all of the Quick-Start Guide and Pre-Migration Planning Guide (in that order), and then the first chapter of the Scenarios Guide. You can use that information to prepare a detailed written Migration Plan before attempting the actual migration process.

When you are ready to begin the actual migration process, you may then refer as needed to the process instructions and notes in the Scenarios Guide, and the operational details in the Administration Guide.

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