Control any migration scenario, from simple Active Directory improvements to a complete restructuring of your entire domain.You’ll also be able to easily mirror your production environment to a test lab to ensure that all processes are effective and safe before they are applied.And with Migration Manager, you’ll be able to move all types of objects including users, groups, computers, volumes, printers, contacts, organizational units, network topology (e.g., sites, subnet, site links) as well as directory permissions.
Secure Copy also ensures that security and configurations on the target server match the source server.
Control the data migration process at “every turn,” allowing the migration to work around the end user instead of the end user working around the data migration.
Besides covering how to use Microsoft’s File Server Migration Toolkit 1.0 I’ll also cover migrating an old file server using Distributed File System (DFS) and I’ll also show you my pick in 3rd party synchronization tools.
At the end of this post you’ll find a table specifying the scenarios with their appriorate tool.
The tool gives you the flexibility to control how data is migrated and doesn’t require the use of agents or scripts.
Secure Copy enables you to quickly, safely and easily: Unlike native tools, Secure Copy’s architecture dramatically shortens the time it takes to complete a migration.
When you use the table wisely all three ways involve no extra investment, while at the same time appeal to your every migration wish.
With the File Server Migration Wizard you can migrate files and folders from Microsoft Windows NT4, Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 file servers to a new Microsoft Windows Server 2003 file server or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Storage Server.
The File Server Migration Wizard is an especially cool tool when you use it in a big bang way of migrating.
Updated: January 28, 2013 Welcome to the technical library for Solution Accelerators.
With Microsoft’s File Server Migration Toolkit migration is a breeze, but it may not be the tool you want to use.