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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

Log Viewer menus and toolbar

Most Log Viewer features are accessible by the program’s menus and/or the program tool bar, which share a horizontal band across the top of the screen:

Several features are also available directly from the keyboard, and those keyboard shortcuts are displayed in the menus and noted here.

The Log Viewer menus are:  File menu  •  Edit menu  •  View menu  •  Help menu

File menu

Open Log File... (or Ctrl+O): Opens a standard Windows Open dialog box, from which you can specify the file you want to open into the Log Viewer. The Log Viewer can open and display WLog (optionally compressed) files, and plain text files.
NOTE: Drag-and-Drop Option: You can also open a wlog file in the Log Viewer by dragging and dropping a filename from Windows Explorer into the Log Viewer window.
Save Copy Of Log File As... (appears only when a file is open): Opens a standard Windows Save As dialog box, from which you can specify the filename and location where you want the open file to be saved. The Log Viewer lets you edit the contents of an open file, but will not replace the original on disk with the edited version (you cannot save it under the same name in the same location).
Recent Files: Shows a list of recently opened files, from which you can select a file to re-open (to quickly re-open a file you have recently viewed and closed).
Exit: Closes the Log Viewer window.

Edit menu

Copy (or Ctrl+C): Copies the selected line to the Windows clipboard.
Find... (or Ctrl+F): Opens a Find dialog box that lets you specify a text string to search for within the open file:
Go To Line Number: Opens a dialog box that lets you jump to a particular line number of the file. (Enter the line number and click OK.)

View menu

Show Line Numbers (or Ctrl+L): Toggles the display of line numbers (within the open file) on and off.
Show Complete Log Entry (or F5): Opens a Log Detail window that shows the entire string for the selected item—useful when the item text overruns the Log Viewer’s maximum line length (maximum 259 characters), or if the line extends beyond the right edge of the viewer window without wrapping.
Enable Internet Access: Toggles the Internet connection on and off. Note these important disclosures:
IMPORTANT: The full benefit of Quest's Log Viewer requires the application to transmit log event codes from the computer hosting the Log Viewer to a remote Quest database of Solutions (useful information about the events associated with the log codes). The Quest Solutions database then sends a corresponding Solution back to the Log Viewer for display to the user.

This feature is enabled by default, but can be disabled by deselecting this Enable Internet Access option (on the View menu). Note:

Quest's transmission of Solutions corresponding to received event codes is fully automated (no human intervention or observation). Quest tallies the frequencies of event codes received and Solutions sent in reply, but does not associate those tallies with IP addresses or any other personally identifying information, and no other information is logged.
Quest servers treat each received event code as a query. Quest uses an event code only to determine which Solution to send back to the source of the query, and uses an IP address only to transmit the Solution to the source of the query. Quest servers log querying IP addresses as a matter of course, but Quest does not use them for any other purpose and does not disclose them to any other entity.
Goto Line Number: Prompts for a line number in the file to display.
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