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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 ...?
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Customize Configuration

This screen, which lets you edit the Task Parameters for this task, appears only if the Advanced Settings option is marked on the View menu in Notes Migration Manager. To enable or disable this capability to edit Task Parameters:

In Notes Migration Manager, on the View menu, mark (enable) or clear (disable) the Advanced Settings option.

The Advanced Settings option is a toggle that determines whether the wizards will let you open and edit Task Parameters. If the feature is enabled, this extra Customize Configuration screen will appear at the start of the screen sequence for any Wizard that offers this feature.

Task Parameters are edited as if the parameters were stored in an INI file, although the parameters are actually stored as part of the task definition within the SQL database. The Customize Configuration feature copies the current parameter settings from the SQL database into a text document in Windows' Notepad, so you can use Notepad's text-editing features to change parameter values or add new parameter specifications.

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Click the Edit button to open the task's configuration settings into Windows Notepad.

Notes Migration Manager then copies the new parameter value(s) back into the SQL database.

Specify Active Directory Information

This screen appears only if the information it requests has not already been collected in Notes Migration Manager (Active Directory Configuration screen).

These fields specify AD server access credentials, to authenticate the administrator by whose authority the program will manipulate the contents of the Active Directory:

Global Catalog host name: Type the name of the AD Global Catalog server—for example, sitraka.com or name.sitraka.com.
IMPORTANT: If migrating to an Exchange on-premises server, you must enter fully qualified domain names for the Global Catalog host name and Domain Controller host name.
Domain Controller host name: Specify the PowerShell Domain Controller that Migrator for Notes to Exchange will call to perform operations in Exchange.
User name: The user name of the administrator by whose authority the program will access the Active Directory.
Password: The password associated with the above User name.

Enter the requested information, and click Next.

Choose Your Method for Finding Objects

Enter the requested information here to tell the wizard how to associate contacts with user security objects in Active Directory, and click Next.

The Provisioning Wizard associates contacts with user objects by finding the unique values of the pertinent AD object attribute that match unique values of the corresponding column in the SQL database. The wizard asks you (in this screen) to specify the SQL database column and AD attribute that correspond to each other for these comparisons:

Choose a database column from the following: Specify the column in the SQL database whose values (for contacts) will match up to the values for the corresponding attribute (specified below) for associated objects in Active Directory.
Specify the Active Directory Attribute that matches: Specify the AD attribute whose values (for mail-enabled objects) will match up to the values in the corresponding column (specified above) for associated contacts in the SQL database.

Choose the Container for User Objects

Create new objects for recipients that do not already exist in Active Directory: Checkbox that determines whether the Provisioning Wizard will create a new user object in AD when none is found by the wizard to correspond with a user in the collection. Such new user objects are created in the container specified by the User Container text box, which follows this checkbox. Ordinarily any such objects created are not mail-enabled, although the EnableUsers parameter (in Task Parameters) can be set to 1 to change that default behavior.

User Container: Use the Browse button to find and specify the relative domain name for an existing organizational unit (for example, cn=users) where any new user objects will be created in AD—when a wizard encounters a Contact for which there is no existing corresponding AD user account.

When the values on this screen are set as you want them, click Next.

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