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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

Specify Notes Archive Directories

This screen appears only if you told the wizard (in the Specify How to Find Notes Archives screen) to Scan file system directories to look for users' archives.

Directories must be specified here as UNC paths.

Specify the directory subtree(s) where the wizard should look for users' archives, and click Next.

Use the Browse button to find the subtree (or just type the subtree notation), and click Add to add it to the Root directories list below.
Repeat the above process: Just Add as many subtrees as you like to the Root directories list.

When the Root directories list contains all the subtrees you want the wizard to search (and no others), click Next to advance to the next screen.

Specify How to Determine Owner Using ACL

This screen lets you tell the wizard whether it should determine file ownership by checking the Manager entry(ies) in a file's Access Control List (ACL), if it can't determine ownership by the file profile.

Examine ACLs to determine owner: Mark the checkbox to enable this optional feature, or clear it to disable the feature.

If you enable this feature, you may also specify a list of administrative users for the wizard to disregard when it consults the ACLs. Many organizations routinely list one or more admins as co-Managers of all (or most) files, but you can tell the program to ignore any such admin Manager(s) who you expect to appear in the file ACLs, but who are not the true owners of the files. To add one or more new names to the "ignore" list, click the Add button to display a selection dialog box: Select Administrative Users to Ignore (described separately in next topic below). That dialog box is a pop-up that lets you prepare a list of admin names to add to the "ignore" list, and then returns you to this screen when you click OK.

You can also select one or more names in the "ignore" list and click Remove Selected to remove them from the list of admin users to ignore.

When the entries on this screen correctly specify how file ownership should be determined, click Next to advance to the Generating Task screen.

Select Administrative Users to Ignore

This dialog box lets you add one or more names to the "ignore list" of Managers the program should disregard when determining file ownership from a file’s Access Control List (ACL). Since many organizations routinely list one or more administrators as co-Managers of all (or most) files, you can tell the program to ignore any such admin Manager(s) who you expect to appear in the file ACLs, but who are not the true owners of the files.

The names you specify in the Selected Users list of this dialog box will be added to the "ignore list" on the preceding screen.

When the Selected Users "ignore" list appears as you want it, click OK to save the list and automatically return to the Specify How to Determine Owner Using ACL screen.

Generating Task

No information is entered into this screen. This screen reports the wizard's progress as it determines the details and associated work items of the task you have prepared it to create. You will then (in the next screen) 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 this generation process is complete, the wizard automatically advances to the next screen.

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