Quest® On Demand Migration – Active Directory
May 24, 2023
This release of Quest® On Demand Migration – Active Directory includes the following solutions:
Directory Sync can set up and maintain an Active Directory sync, an Azure AD sync, or even a sync between Active Directory and Azure AD. Users in merging organizations can find each other in a unified Global Address List (GAL).
Active Directory enables you to migrate Active Directory to accelerate your enterprise M&A and modernization initiatives. Quest® On Demand Migration – Active Directory is a solution that integrates and migrates Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, and hybrid directory environments without requiring trusts, SQL, network connectivity, or installing servers.
Domain Move provides the “Domain Cutover” or move functionality. This powerful feature guides the migration operator through the entire domain move process and automates many of the steps.
On Demand Migration provides the “Domain Rewrite” or Email Rewrite (ERS) functionality. This powerful feature allow end users to communicate from a common email domain from Day One—on both inbound and outbound mail—so you present as a unified, cohesive brand. And, you get all of this without downtime — so you won’t have critical gaps in communication.
View the online Quest® On Demand Migration – Active Directory User Guide for more information: https://support.quest.com/technical-documents/on-demand-migration/current/active-directory-user-guide
These release notes provide information about the Quest® On Demand Migration – Active Directory release.
New features in this deployment:
- The ability to read Azure AD Joined cloud devices has been added when Azure AD Joined Device SKU is enabled. A new Azure AD Joined Device option and device attribute filters have been added to the Object Filter Settings.
The following is a list of enhancements implemented in this deployment.
|The -BypassSecurityGroupManagerCheck switch has been added to the Add/Remove -DistributionGroupMember. This allows for the management of members inside of the groups that were matched and not created by the application.
|The Offboard process reconciles the licenses again before performing the hard delete.
|The Download Mapping File task has been added to Default Credential Cache job.
|The Device Cache Service now favors online devices during job polling.
The following is a list of issues addressed in this deployment.
General resolved issues
|A Device Job is not able to queue due to missing job parameters resulting 500 error in the interface.
|The ARS process will assign an IP address when ARS is set to enabled, however the project is not in an active state.
|The PushJob with reconcile does not set the agent heartbeat during reconcile remove.
|The agent credential cannot be used if the password contains the "£" character.
|The device wave example CSV contains users instead of devices.
|The change log displays the "deferred:Microsoft.Graph.PowerShell.Models.MicrosoftGraphDirectoryObject" error.
|Downloaded workflow execution logs are empty when logging should be present.
|When creating new client, the default for SendExpiryEmail is not set to true.
|The 'Member Emails' column should be removed from group export file in Directory Sync.
|The cloud device registration is reset if the device record is deleted.