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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

User Collections: Locate Notes Data Stores

This screen lets you run the Notes Data Locator Wizard, which configures a task to locate Notes data stores for a particular user collection, and refresh the statistics for any data stores that were previously located for users in the selected collection. You may tell the wizard to perform the actual task immediately following its configuration, or the wizard will let you schedule the task to run at a later time.

Collections labeled as: A drop-down list box that lets you filter the contents of the User collection list box (below), to show only collections associated with the particular label specified here. Labels are a device for classifying and sorting collections. For more information, see the note under User Collections: Manage Users.
User collection: Use this drop-down list box to specify the collection for which you want to locate data stores.
Locate data stores: Launches the Notes Data Locator Wizard, as described above, for the designated User collection.
Data stores table: The list of all found data stores (found by the Notes Data Locator Wizard), as described above.
Next scheduled run for collection: Displays the next scheduled run (if any) of this task for the selected collection, as configured by a previous run of the wizard or as amended on the Manage Scheduled Operations screen.

User Collections: Provision Users

This screen lets you run the Provisioning Wizard, which merges duplicate objects in AD into a single mail-enabled account per user. The merge feature will be applied to a particular user collection, specified on this screen.

If you used Quest’s CMN Directory Connector to synchronize the source and destination directories, and if the migrating users were already using AD security objects for network authentication, the dirsync should have been configured to create new AD contacts, which now correspond to the existing user objects. In this case, you should use Migrator for Notes to Exchange's Provisioning Wizard to consolidate such duplicates before any data is migrated.

The Provisioning Wizard automatically merges information from AD contacts (generated by CMN’s Directory Connector) into the corresponding users’ Active Directory accounts, and then deletes the contacts, to create a single mail-enabled security object per user in AD. If you require this feature, do it before you attempt to migrate any users.

Before running the Provisioning Wizard:

You must verify that the SQL database contains a column whose per-contact values are unique and correspond to the values for the pertinent AD object attribute. If the wizard does not offer a suitable column in its drop-down list box (see the Provisioning Wizard chapter of the Admin Guide), you must manually enter the appropriate per-contact data values into the SearchKey column that will correspond to the AD attribute values of the associated AD objects. This procedure also is explained in the Provisioning Wizard chapter of the Admin Guide.
Collections labeled as: A drop-down list box that lets you filter the contents of the User collection list box (below), to show only collections associated with the particular label specified here. Labels are a device for classifying and sorting collections. For more information, see the note under User Collections: Manage Users.
User collection: Use this drop-down list box to specify the collection whose objects you want to merge into AD.
Provision: Launches the Provisioning Wizard, as described above, for the designated User collection.

User Collections: Migrate User Data

This screen lets you run the Data Migration Wizard, which configures a task to migrate all users in a particular user collection. You may tell the wizard to perform the actual migration task immediately following its configuration, or the wizard will let you schedule the task to run at a later time.

NOTE: Smart resource reservation detection: The Migration Wizard detects an attempt to migrate calendar data for a collection in which some objects are not classified as resources in Migrator for Notes to Exchange's database, when [Notes] MigrateReservations­Always is enabled (set to 1). In that case, the wizard presents a popup warning explaining that the calendars of non-resource objects may not migrate correctly, and suggesting that MigrateReservationsAlways be disabled (set to 0) unless the admin is certain that all objects in the collection are resources. (This feature offers the option of ignoring MigrateReservationsAlways=1.)
Collections labeled as: A drop-down list box that lets you filter the contents of the User collection list box (below), to show only collections associated with the particular label specified here. Labels are a device for classifying and sorting collections. For more information, see the note under User Collections: Manage Users.
User collection: Use this drop-down list box to specify the collection of users you want to migrate.
Migrate: Launches the Migration Wizard, as described above, for the designated User collection.
Next scheduled run for collection: Displays the next scheduled run (if any) of this task for the selected collection, as configured by a previous run of the wizard or as amended on the Manage Scheduled Operations screen.

Monitor Migration Progress

This screen does not request or allow any user entries or choices. The screen simply displays a table that lists all tasks that are currently running, or that have run in the preceding two days, and shows the current status of each.

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