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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 ...?
Post-installation configuration Pre-migration preparations Batch-migration process Other features

Other features

The following sections describe additional features that may be used to perform tasks in Migrator for Notes to Exchange:

How do I schedule tasks?

Scheduled tasks are run using the Migrator for Notes to Exchange (MNE) Task Scheduler (qsched.exe). The Task Scheduler runs as a Windows service and is installed when you install Migrator for Notes to Exchange. The Task Scheduler is configured by default to autostart (upon every workstation reboot) and run under the credentials of the administrator account that runs the MNE installer.

The Task Scheduler polls the MNE database at regular intervals for any scheduled tasks and runs those tasks at the designated times.

See Admin Guide chapter 13 for information about the Task Scheduler (qsched.exe).

How do I troubleshoot service startup permissions?

If the MNE Task Scheduler experiences logon failures when trying to start the service, the following information will help you resolve them.

When a service does not start because of a logon failure, you might find error messages in the system event log when you restart the server:

When you attempt to manually start the service, you might see the following error message, even though the user account is a valid user:

This behavior can occur for any of these reasons:

To resolve these issues, you can configure the service to use the built-in system account, change the password for the specified user account to match the current password for that user, or restore the user's right to “log on as a service”.

How to configure user rights

If the right to “log on as a service” is revoked for the specified user account, restore the right by performing the following steps:

If the user is in an Active Directory domain:

On the Group Policy tab, click Default Domain Controllers Policy and click Edit.
Under the Computer Configuration object, expand Windows Settings, and then expand Security Settings.
Expand Local Policies, and click User Rights Assignment.
In the right pane, right-click Log on as a service, and click Security.

If the user is a member of a stand-alone member server:

Expand Local Policies and click User Rights Assignment.
In the right pane, right-click Log on as a service and click Security.
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