Category: migRaven Tools

Script: Collect all shares across the network.

This script collects the shares from all servers on the network. Input: a server address, an IP network, or a list of addresses.

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/script-collect-all-shares-across-the-network/

Drag and drop in the migration client

When dragging and dropping, the scanned permissions are displayed in a directory tree. This function is particularly characterized by the fact that user and group names no longer have to be written. You can search for objects in the AD, park them in a clipboard and drag them from there or from a directory of the initial state to a target directory and store them there, therefore ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/drag-drop-im-migration-client/

Release notes migRaven.one

Release notes migRaven.one Version 6.2.1022 from April 10th, 2018 1. Innovations in the Migration Client: The language setting (German / English) is immediately applied and saved when selected. In the Web Client: The language setting (German / English) is immediately applied and saved when you select it. New templates for the requested reports Tidy display of the account details 2. Fixed problems In the migration client: subfolders ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/release-notes-migraven-one/

The project types in migRaven.one

migRaven offers four project types. These are briefly presented here. They differ in the source (share, novell server, table). The goal is always a Windows share or a subdirectory to this. migRaven offers four types of project: group policy project (new authorization groups are created on a share via group guidelines) redesign (a share or directory tree is read in, ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/projektarten-6/

Step by step through migRaven.one

Step by step through the migRaven-Documentation

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/schritt-fuer-schritt-durch-migraven-one/

Installation migRaven.one quick guide

Here are the steps to migRavenInstallation summarized with the main details and links to detailed description.

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/kurzanleitung-installation/

NTFS permissions in csv and xlsx files (Migration Client)

NTFS permissions can be output as a csv file and read in via xlsx file 1. Summary. In table mode, you can output the authorization table as a CSV file before saving. This makes it possible to edit the authorizations in Excel. You can add and remove directories and permissions. Finally save the table as an xlsx file. This is used in a "table import" project ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/berechtigungsstruktur-in-csv-und-xlsx-6/

Different destination directory in the migration client

When migrating a Windows share, it is possible to redirect individual directories (including the subdirectories). To do this, you will find an additional column "Different target directory" under Design & Work in table mode next to the (source) path. Here you can specify a different directory than the home directory. In general, the starting directory is replaced by the new directory. The authorizations are applied. Below ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/abweichendes-zielverzeichnis-6/

recommended mapping of the old NTFS rights to the new target permissions in the table mode

The first task in the work and design process via the table mode is the re-mapping of the previous "old and grown" authorizations to the new authorizations according to the standard. This is useful in order to convert the many different "individual" rights into one standard. All individual rights are broken down by type and propagation and must now the standard rights ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/rechte-mapping-6/

Design & Work in the Migration Client

Now with two procedures for authorizing From version 3.1. Has migRaven an additional mode for assigning authorizations. The “table mode” is known, in which the objects to be authorized are entered in the table. The new mode is particularly characterized by the fact that user and group names no longer have to be written. You can search for objects in AD, in ...

Read more

Permanent link to this post: https://help.migraven.com/design-work-6/

Read more