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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16.1 - Administration Guide

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation Notes Migration Manager NABS Discovery Wizard Internet Domains Discovery Wizard Directory Export Wizard Collection Wizard Groups Provisioning Wizard Notes Data Locator Wizard Provisioning Wizard Send PAB Replicator Wizard Data Migration Wizard SSDM Statistics Collection Wizard The Log Viewer Using the Qsched.exe task-scheduling utility SSDM Scheduling Administration utility Office 365 Admin Account Pool utility PowerShell cmdlets for Migrator for Notes to Exchange Appendix A: How do I ...?
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About SSDM Scheduling Administration

The SSDM Scheduling Administration utility lets you control when users can run the SSDM (Self-Service Desktop Migrator) to more evenly distribute the demand on network and server resources. Each user collection is assigned a specific date and time period when its member users are permitted to migrate. When a user runs the SSDM, the program identifies the user by his or her login credentials and checks the schedule to see whether the user is early, late, or “in the window” for his or her migration.

The SSDM Scheduling Administration utility also lets you set per-collection limits on the number of concurrent migration runs to prevent processing bottlenecks that can occur if too many users run the SSDM at the same time. If a user’s SSDM run exceeds the limit, the user has the option of “parking” the run in a waiting queue so that his or her migration would run in the next available slot.

Before you can use the SSDM Scheduling Administration utility

To use these features, you must install and configure Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and the SSDM Scheduling Administration web service. This procedure differs depending on whether you install IIS version 6 or IIS version 7 and higher.

To install and configure IIS version 7 or later and the SSDM Scheduling Administration Web Service

To install IIS 7 manually, see Microsoft’s instructions at:

Click I Accept to accept the license terms of the associated third-party and Microsoft software.
On the Web Platform tab, select the Web Server option Click to include the recommended products, and click Install.
In the IIS Manager window, right-click on Default Web Site and select Add Virtual Directory from the menu.
On the Add Virtual Directory screen, complete the fields and click OK.
Alias: Enter SSDMSchedulingWebService.
Physical path: Browse ([...]) to locate the SSDMSchedulingWebService path (typically C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\Migrator for Notes to Exchange\SSDM Scheduling Web Service\).
Convert the new virtual directory to an application: Right-click on SSDMSchedulingWebService, and select Convert to Application from the pop-up menu.
Change the DefaultAppPool's Identity to a user with access to SQL:
Right-click on DefaultAppPool, and select Advanced Settings from the menu.
In the Advanced Settings window: In the Identity field, browse ([...]) to specify a user who has SQL access.

To install and configure IIS 6 and the SSDM Scheduling Administration Web Service

Run Administrative tools | Internet Information Services.
Right-click the Default Web Site, and select New | Virtual Directory.
Set the Alias to “SSDMSchedulingWebService”
For the Directory, browse to: C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\Migrator for Notes to Exchange\SSDM Scheduling Web Service\.
On the Access Permissions screen, select the check boxes to allow only Read and Run scripts.
Right-click the new SSDMSchedulingWebService virtual directory and select Properties.
In the SSDMSchedulingWebService Properties, select the ASP.NET tab, and click Edit Configuration near the bottom of the panel.
In the Configuration Settings, select the Application tab and, under Identity settings:
Verify that the Local impersonation check box is selected.
Enter a User name (must be in the form domain\username) and password to be used to connect to the database.
Click OK to save your Configuration Settings.
In IIS Manager, under Web Service Extensions, set all three items to Allow: Active Server Pages, ASP.NET v 1.1, ASP.NET v 2.0.
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