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File Server Migration Activity File migration Consolidation support Source operating systems Target operating systems File usage analysis before migration File Re-ACL-ing Password-protected file support Encrypting File System support Map to DFS systems Parallel file server support User/PC setting migration Undo capability Delegation of migration task Migration reporting Migration testing Database support Scripting or command-line support
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Tool Requirements Must be supported Migrate from many to one Any previous version of Windows Server Windows Server 2008 Evaluate different situations, such as duplicate files or unused files Change SID ownership of the files Must support migration of files locked through tools such as Microsoft Office Required for secure environments Required to provide consolidation support Provide access to both source and target servers through synchronization Modify settings on the local PC to remap file shares Provide a back-out plan in case of failures Delegate task to other operators Report on analysis and task progression Test a migration only before performing it Store information in a database Automate procedures
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TABLE 12-1 File Server Migration Activities and Requirements
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