Migrating to ZCS 8.0
Migrating to ZCS 8.0
from Microsoft Exchange


Migrating Server Accounts > Select Users to Migrate

Select Users to Migrate
In the Users dialog box, select the users to migrate. The users are added to the Source Name and Destination Name fields.
You can enter user information manually, or upload user information using one of population tools: Load CSV, Object Picker, or LDAP Browser.
Adding Users Manually
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If you want to remove a source and destination from the list, select from the list and click Remove.
Use Load CSV
The Load CSV option selects a file containing account information in comma-separated value format. To save the user list as a new .csv file:
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On the Users dialog box, click Save CSV. You can use this file at a later time to populate the Users dialog box.
Use Object Picker
The Object Picker option selects specific accounts to migrate, including users, computers, groups, and the location to search. You can also enter the object name to select.
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Select this object type: Click Object Types to select the types of object you want to find, such as built-in security principals, computers, groups, or users.
Build-in security principals: Objects that represent default built-in groups and security principals. Examples include: administrators, system operators, users, power users, everyone, authenticated users, anonymous logon, guests, and system.
Computers: Objects used to represent a computer's access to network resources.
Groups: Objects that can have users, computers, and other groups as its members.
Users: Objects used to allow people to access network resources.
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From this location: Click Locations to select the root location from which to begin your search.
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Enter the object names to select: Type the user names or partial user names and click Check Names. When you type partial object names, you get a list of names that partially match. For example, if you type Jo, all names that begin with Jo are displayed, i.e., Joe Smith, Joseph Flanders, Joanna Writh.
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(Optional) Advanced specifies a more detailed search.
Name: Lists the search variables used to find user, computer, or group names and provides a space for you to type the name of the query.
Description: Lists the search variables used to find user, computer, or group descriptions and provides a space for you to type a description of the query.
Disabled accounts: Specifies whether the search will include disabled accounts.
Non expiring password: Specifies whether the search will include user accounts with non-expiring passwords.
Days since last logon: Specifies the number of days that users within the specified query root last logged on to the domain.
Columns changes the columns shown in the Search results list for this view.
Find Now starts your search. If you want to search for all objects specified in Object Types and Locations, do not enter any search values. Note that this type of search could require significant network resources depending on the scope of the search. To minimize the impact on network resources, specify search values.
Search results: Lists the results of the search for user, computer, or group names by the columns you choose.
When the object name is selected, click OK. The source and destination mailboxes dialog box displays with your selections listed.
Use LDAP Browser
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LDAP Browser selects groups of accounts to migrate. Select the root group in the left column, or enter a name or wildcard (*) in the Filter dialog box and click Query. The right column populates with accounts you can select to migrate. click OK.
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