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Users will store data in a variety of locations . The following strategies will help you locate users documents:
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Search user profile folders The Desktop and My Documents folders are only two of many locations where you will find user data in the user profile folders . Ideally, however, these two folders are the primary location of users documents . Interview users and SMEs Survey users and interview SMEs to determine common storage locations for documents . An intranet Web site, possibly based on Windows SharePoint Services, is an ideal data-collection tool . Scan a sample of disks Search the local disks for common document file extensions such as .doc and .xls . Although you can t scan every disk in the organization, you can scan a representative sample to give you an idea of where you ll find documents . Search Recent Documents Scan the Recent folder in users profiles to determine the locations most frequently used to store data . This can expose some of the less intuitive storage locations . Search a representative sample of users in the organization . diReCt FRoM tHe SoURCe
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pplication Compatibility Toolkit 4.0 (aCT 4.0) always grabbed the registered file extensions in the log files but never posted them to the database. In my re-
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view of the functional specification of aCT 5.0, I asked to have that log data posted to the database even if it wasn t exposed in the graphical user interface (GUI). With a little work using SQL Server, you should be able to use aCT to find out which applications you are migrating and then sort the file extensions you need for USMT in a more logical fashion. For example, you can extract the file extensions that are a high priority from the aCT database for applications in the portfolio and then focus on migrating those applications first.
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prioritizing Migration Tasks
As you compile your user state migration requirements, prioritize them according to their impact on the organization . It s important to the success of this project to concentrate first on mission-critical data and later on preferences such as desktop wallpaper or screensaver settings . Prioritizing requirements helps the development personnel to prioritize their work . SMEs are a valuable source of input when prioritizing the migration requirements .
Planning User State Migration Using USMT
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Choosing a Data Store Location
USMT stores user state in a data store . USMT can create the data store in a variety of locations and media during migration . By default, USMT creates a store file that contains compressed user data . It can also encrypt the data store to protect the data during the transition to the new operating system . As you prepare for user state migration, you must determine the best location for the USMT data store . Consider the following when locating the USMT data store:
Hard-link migration reduces storage requirements During a hard-link migration, USMT maps how a collection of bits on the hard disk is wired into the file system . It allows you to remove the old operating system and install Windows 7 without requiring you to create copies of the original files . After installing Windows 7, USMT restores the original file links . Hard-link migration uses significantly less disk space and takes considerably less time, but you can perform a hard-link migration only in the Refresh Computer scenario . USMT cannot store multiple operations in the same file USMT operations can collect data from more than one user but cannot store more than one operation in a single store file . In a high-volume migration, you can either locate the data store locally (which is only possible because the Windows 7 imaging process is nondestructive) or locate each data store on the network (possibly organized by computer name) . Note that MDT 2010 handles the data store location automatically and provides choices for customizing it . User state data can use significant space When creating your migration plan, you can run the ScanState component of USMT with the /p:<path to a file> command-line option to create a size estimate . If you re locating the data store on a server, rather than locally, run this command on a representative sample of computers in the environment to calculate the storage required . The USMT data store must be accessible to both the source and target systems When writing to or reading from the data store, USMT must have access to that data store . Locate the file somewhere that will be available to both computers . MDT 2010 handles this issue somewhat transparently . If you re locating the data store locally, access is not an issue .
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