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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16 - 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

Choose Your Group Settings

Enter the choices here to determine how the groups will be provisioned into the target directory, and click Next.

Group Scope: This setting determines whether a group can accept members from other domains, and whether it can be used in other domains. Groups in AD are assigned one of three scopes: Domain Local groups, Global groups, and Universal groups. Group scopes are much less important if you have only one domain. For a single-domain environment, all groups can be Universal groups unless you expect to expand to multiple domains at a later time. For more information about AD Group Scope, see your Active Directory documentation.
Group Type: Groups in AD are designated as one of two types: Security groups and Distribution groups. Either type can include users, contacts, and computer objects as members. For more information about AD Group Type, see your Active Directory documentation.
Container for Groups (appears grayed-out if provisioning directly to Office 365): Specify (fully qualified) the AD container that will contain the groups created during the provisioning process. For example: OU=Groups,DC=mydomain,DC=com.
Add contacts for members not found in the target system: A checkbox to determine whether the wizard should create new contact objects for any group member that does not already exist in AD.
Container for Contacts (appears grayed-out if provisioning directly to Office 365): Specify (fully qualified) the AD container that will contain the new contacts the program will create for group members who are not found in AD. For example: OU=Contacts,OU=Groups, DC=mydomain,DC=com.
Keep groups in sync with corresponding Notes groups: A checkbox to determine whether the wizard should delete a Group member from an AD Group if the member is found to not be a member of the corresponding Group in Notes.

Generating Task

This screen simply reports the wizard's progress as it determines the details and associated work items of the task you have prepared it to create. No information is entered here. In the next screen you will have a chance to review the details and associated work items, and decide whether to create the task, or go back and change any of the specifications that define the task. When the process is complete, the wizard automatically advances to the next screen.

Configuration Summary

This screen shows a summary of the task configuration you have specified, as defined by the information entered in previous screens.

Review this information to confirm that it accurately describes the task you want to create. If you want to change anything, click Back to return to earlier screens in this Wizard, to change values as necessary, or click the Cancel button to abort this Wizard and return to the Provision Groups screen in Notes Migration Manager. From earlier screens within this Wizard, you may click the Next button to return to this Configuration Summary screen.

The Save As button lets you save this summary information to a text file. Follow the prompts to specify a path and filename for the text file.

The Print button lets you print a paper copy of this summary information. Follow the prompts to specify the destination printer.

Run: Tells the wizard to create the task as defined in the above configuration summary, and then immediately run the task. When you click Run, the wizard first advances to a screen that reports its progress as it creates the task, and then (automatically) to a screen that reports its progress as the task runs. When the task run is complete, the wizard automatically advances to a screen that reports the statistical results of the executed task.

Creating Task

No information is entered into this screen. This screen reports the wizard's progress as it creates the task defined on the preceding Configuration Summary screen.

When the task-creation process is complete, the wizard automatically clears this screen, and then runs the newly created task.

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