Dell Software released a new version of Migration Manager for Active Directory 8.13 (former QMM). The new 8.13 version offers new functionality regarding a migration to Exchange 2016.
Do you always have to stop the agents in Dell/Quest Migration Manager for Exchange when you want to make changes to collection settings? No, you don’t. I want to show you how to automatically change the users’ assignment in a collection via LDAP filter using the mailbox sync.
Email migrations with Quest Migration Manager for Exchange are executed with minimal impact for the end user. One main reason for this is that both inboxes (in source and target) will be equipped with automatic redirections, depending on which inbox is active. For these redirections Quest Migration Manager for Exchange generates so called Email Redirection […]
During a directory synchronization with Quest Migration Manager for AD QMM, orphaned objects can be created in the ADAM database. I have repeatedly reported about the handling of Quest Migration Manager for AD (QMM AD). So far, we finished the directory synchronization (DSA) in our current project. The DSA agents stopped as well. Now I […]
A steady bidirectional AD sync with QMM worked for 6 months. Now, the directory synchronization does not start anymore. After a lot of try and error I found a solution and want to share it with you.
I have frequently searched for information about the running time of the reACLing process and have found little. Because of this I want to share some information about reACLing NetApp Filers with you.
For an Active Directory migration ACLs of a NetApp share need to be adjusted. Quest Migration Manager (QMM) allows you to adapt shares of a non-Windows server with the “VMOVER.EXE“. Unfortunately, we just received an Error:Error message 1314 – A required privilege is not held by the client.
At the moment I am supervising an AD Domain Migration with Quest Migration Manager for Active Directory 8.7 The Directory Synchronization (DAS) with more than 400,000 objects had run stable for more than 6 weeks.3 weeks ago we started getting messages about user accounts not having been migrated.With the help of the Quest support I […]
I was looking for a possibility to check and supervise the synchronization of user-objects with Quest Migration Manager for Active Directory. In addition, I was missing a good overview to answer the question: Were new user-accounts created in the target-domain? Both problems could be solved with a little Powershell script.
- Nesting groups in Active Directory
- Create home directory and grant permissions with PowerShell
- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
- Retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell
- Editing users of other domains – with PowerShell
- Azure Basics: Connecting with Azure (PowerShell)
- PowerShell Custom Objects
- Logon Script does not start on Windows Server 2012 R2 domain
- IsMember – Check group membership in Active Directory
- Dynamic OU Groups – Assign Permissions to OUs