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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

Project view

This screen provides statistics that summarize the status of the various aspects and phases of the overall migration project:

Directory: The date and time of the last directory export, and the numbers of users, groups, resources and contacts that were exported then.
Collections: The numbers of defined group and user collections that have been defined by the program (automatically), and defined by the admin. Also shows the total number of defined group collections, and the number of group collections that have been provisioned into AD.
Group Provisioning Summary: The number of groups that are found in the Notes source, and the number that are provisioned in AD.
Migration summary: The numbers of users and resources that are ready for migration, numbers that have been migrated, numbers that are Active (migrating now), and numbers remaining to be migrated.
Operation schedule summary: The numbers of tasks that have been scheduled for later runs: the total number, the tasks still pending, and tasks currently running.
License information: The usage data associated with the Quest license that authorizes the use of this product.

View documentation

This screen lists the available PDF-format documentation and Release Notes associated with Migrator for Notes to Exchange, and provides buttons that let you View or Print any of the documents. To view PDF documents like the Migrator for Notes to Exchange PDF documentation, you must install the Adobe Reader software, available for free from: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/

Edit Default Settings: SQL Server Configuration

This screen collects the information necessary for the program and its wizards to access the SQL database.

Remember to click Apply after you enter new information or changes to existing information. The program will not read or save new information or changes until Apply is clicked.

SQL Server credentials:

SQL Server host name: The name of the SQL Server. If you are using SQL Express, you must include the SQLEXPRESS SID in the hostname—for example: (local)\SQLEXPRESS. If your server is listening to a non-standard TCP/IP port, specify the port after the host (and SID) with a comma preceding it—for example: sql.example.com\SQLEXPRESS,1234.
Note: If you are using SQLEXPRESS and connecting remotely, you must configure SQLEXPRESS to allow remote connections.
Authentication options: Specify the method to be used to authenticate the program access to the SQL server:
Windows authentication: Authenticate using the currently logged-in user's Windows credentials.
SQL Server authentication: Authenticate using the SQL Server admin credentials:
SQL user: The SQL Server admin user name.
Password: The password associated with the above SQL user.
Bulk import directory: A directory that the SQL Server can read and write to, specified here as a UNC path. This is a mandatory entry; Migrator for Notes to Exchange's use of this directory substantially improves program performance when importing data from the Domino directory.
Apply: Tells the program to read and save any new or changed information in this screen. Any new information or changes will be discarded and lost if you do not click the Apply button before you exit the program.

Edit Default Settings: Shared Directories Configuration

Remember to click the Apply button after you enter any new information or changes to existing information in this screen. The program will not read or save any new information or changes until the Apply button is clicked.

Administrator tool settings:

Directory for log files (UNC path): Enter the full path for the directory where the program and wizards should write their reports and log files.
Log level: Tells the program and wizards how much detail to include in their run logs. Ordinarily you would select Normal for a routine production run, or choose Verbose if you are having trouble and want to diagnose a problem.

Common tool settings:

Common application directory (Self-Service Desktop Migrator and SMTP translation table): Enter the path for the directory where the SSDM program file will reside, for example: \\examplexp\shared\. The migration admin must be able to write to this directory, while access for all end users should be set to read only.

Self-Service Desktop Migrator log settings:

Directory for central log and status files: Enter the full UNC path for the directory that will contain the log files for the Self-Service Desktop Migrator. Each time the per-desktop program is run, it writes a summary of its results to a file that resides in this directory. (All users’ log files are written to this same centralized directory.)
Post user logs to the central directory: Determines whether the log files written by the Self-Service Desktop Migrator should be written to the centralized directory specified in the associated text box. This checkbox must be marked if you will want to Gather Desktop Statistics. If this checkbox is left unmarked, the Self-Service Desktop Migrator log files will be written to individual users' local temp directories, where they will be unavailable to the Self-Service Desktop Migrator Satistics Collection Wizard.
Compress user log files: Determines whether the log files written by the Self-Service Desktop Migrator should be compressed, to conserve disk space.
Log level: Specifies how much detail the Self-Service Desktop Migrator should include in its run logs. Ordinarily you would select Normal for a routine production run, or choose Verbose if you are having trouble and want to diagnose a problem.
Apply: Tells the program to read and save any new or changed information in this screen. Any new information or changes will be discarded and lost if you do not click the Apply button before you exit the program.
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