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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

Discover Notes Information: Export Notes Directory

This screen lets you run the Directory Export Wizard, which configures a task to export information from Notes address books that the program will use to provision AD, identify users and other objects for migration, and facilitate accurate mail-forwarding for the duration of the migration. You may tell the wizard to perform the actual export task immediately following its configuration, or the wizard will let you schedule the task to run at a later time.

Export directory: Launches the Directory Export Wizard, as described above.
Objects found: A table containing a complete list of all users and other objects found by the most recent directory export.
Summary data: Reports the numbers of users, groups, resources and contacts found by the most recent directory export.

Customize:

Export objects to TSV: Opens a dialog box that lets you export the Objects found table to a tsv-format (tab-separated-values) data file. You may then use a program like Microsoft Excel to edit the contents of the table, and then import the edited data back into the Objects found table and the SQL database. For more information on editing, see the procedures under User Collections .
Import objects from TSV: Opens a dialog box that lets you import, into the Objects found table and the SQL database, the edited contents of a tsv data file that was earlier exported to tsv format by the Export objects to TSV feature on this same screen (see above).
NOTE: Each run of the Directory Export Wizard overwrites the current contents of Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s SQL database (including any imported TSV values) with data newly exported from the Domino Directory—except that you may choose whether the wizard should overwrite or keep any DominoServerAddress values that have been changed by a TSV import. The wizard’s default is to preserve any TSV-imported values, but a screen in the wizard lets you choose to overwrite them.
Next Notes directory export: Displays the next scheduled run (if any) of a directory export task, as configured by a previous run of the wizard or as amended on the Manage Scheduled Operations screen.

Group Collections

Group Collections: Manage Groups

This screen lets you define, organize, and manage group collections. The group-provisioning features of Migrator for Notes to Exchange are applied to collections of groups, and this screen launches the Collection Wizard that lets you define and edit those collections.

The Current group collections table shows all defined group collections. Notes Migration Manager automatically generates some standard, default collections from the object data exported from the Notes source directory(ies), and these default collections are identified in the table as Auto-Defined. The Auto-Defined collections include an All Groups collection, consisting of all Group objects found in the export table.

The table also shows whether each collection is designated as Visible (or not), a designation that determines whether the collection appears in other tables and lists of collections elsewhere in Migrator for Notes to Exchange. (Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s provisioning, migration and other features are applied to particular collections, which are specified from drop-down lists or tables.) Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s Collection Wizard, where collections are defined and collection attributes may be edited, includes a Visible checkbox that sets this option.

The Collection Wizard, launched from this screen, lets you define a New collection by selecting groups from Active Directory, or by importing groups from a .tsv (tab-separated-values format) file, or both. You can also Edit an existing collection (but not an Auto-Defined collection), and can Copy an existing collection to a new name, and then Edit the copy.

NOTE: Although you cannot edit an Auto-Defined collection, you can Copy an Auto-Defined collection to a new name, and then Edit the copy.

You can filter the contents of the Current group collections table, to show only collections associated with a particular label, by specifying the label in the Show collections labeled as drop-down list box above the table.

NOTE: Labels are a device for classifying and sorting collections, by alphanumeric strings that can be assigned to collections in the Collection Wizard that creates them. Typically labels are defined to characterize and group subsets of collections—for example, to sort collections by an organization’s administrative divisions, you could define labels for Engineering, IS, Marketing, R&D, Sales, and so forth. Or define labels for Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, and so forth, to sort collections by the locations of an organization's satellite offices. Then throughout Notes Migration Manager you can sort lists and tables of collections by label, or can specify a particular label to filter a list or table of collections, to show only the collections that have been assigned that label.

The Collection members table in the bottom half of the screen shows the members of whatever user collection is currently selected in the table in the top half of the screen.

Select the label from the Show collections labeled as drop-down list box.
Select the collection in the Current group collections table. Note that these Collection members are groups, not the individual members of a group.
Select the group in the Collection members table, and click View Members.
Click the New collection button to launch the Collection Wizard, to select members from Active Directory, or import members from a .tsv file, or both.
Select one or more members in the Collection members table, and click the Create collection button to launch the Collection Wizard, with the selected members already added to the collection. (This feature lets you easily define a subset collection from any existing collection.)
Select the collection in the Current group collections table, and click the Edit button to launch the Collection Wizard.
Select the collection in the Current group collections table, and click the Copy button.
To export all user-defined group collections in Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s SQL database to a TSV file
NOTE: Note that this feature exports all group collections, not just collections that may be selected in the table. This includes both auto-defined and user-defined group collections. Also, this export feature sends all collections to a single TSV file, not to different files for different collections.
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Click the Export Collections button.
The feature then opens an Export Group Collections dialog box (a standard Windows Save As dialog box).
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Click Export.
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When the feature has completed its run, click OK to dismiss the dialog box and return to the Manage Users screen in Notes Migration Manager.
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Click the Import Collections button.
The feature then opens an Import Group Collections dialog box (a standard Windows Open dialog box).
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Click Import.

Group Collections: Provision Groups

This screen lets you run the Groups Provisioning Wizard, which configures a task to provision into AD the groups in a particular group collection. You may tell the wizard to perform the actual provisioning task immediately following its configuration, or the wizard will let you schedule the task to run at a later time.

Show collections labeled as: Filters the contents of the Select collection list box, to show only collections associated with a particular label, by specifying the label in the Show collections labeled as drop-down list box above the table. Labels are a device for classifying and sorting collections. For more information, see the note under Group Collections: Manage Groups.
Select collection to provision: Use this drop-down list box to specify the collection you want to provision.
Provision groups: Launches the Groups Provisioning Wizard.
Summary of provisioning run (table, not labeled): Reports results of most recent provisioning run, by numbers of objects of various types.
Next scheduled run for collection: Displays the next scheduled run (if any) of a group-provisioning task for the selected collection, as configured by a previous run of the wizard or as amended on the Manage Scheduled Operations screen.
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