Category: 7. work instructions

From Novell to Microsoft - Migrating the Novell Trustees to a Windows Share with NTFS Rights

With migRaven You can migrate the permissions of Novell servers. This concerns both Novell Netware and Novell OES. The rights of the Novell servers are read out and must be converted into NTFS rights. This actual state is in migRaven read. migRaven migrates the permissions and creates permission and list groups. Finally created migRaven the authorization and list groups in AD and and writes the new directory tree with new permissions. All steps of the Novell migration are described step by step.

New from version 4.0: The usernames between Novell and Windows-AD do not have to be the same! With the new feature User mapping can be established via an alternative attribute in the AD connection.

0. Voraussetzungen

0.1. LDAP version 3

To identify the members of the groups listed in the trustee list migRaven An LDAP connection to your Novell server. The prerequisite is that the Novell server works with the LDAP version 3. This was introduced to 1998. migRaven requires the attributes, schemas, and standards set for this release.

0.2. AD users

The users to be transferred from Novell must be created in Windows AD beforehand.

1. Determine permissions from the Novell server

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Integration of 8MAN with migRaven - instructions

migRaven and 8MAN (updates 26.10.2016)

For the introduction of 8MAN in structures with more than 150 users, it is usually necessary to prepare the existing file server so that it can be managed with 8MAN at all. 8MAN has a high level of automation that completely manages the management of all required permission groups. But for this to work, all previous permissions must be completely switched to the 8MAN algorithm! Since 8MAN only works directory by directory, there is the program migRaventhat can provide hundreds or thousands of directories with new 8MAN compliant authorizations in one go.

Scheme of a migration of a file server with migRaven for use with 8MAN

Scheme of migrating a file server with migRaven for use with 8MAN

Image 1: Overview

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Introduction of an IDM work instruction

1. Create project and import directories

Create new project - import directories and authorizations

In migRaven is always working with projects. A project is the logical unit to be edited. For example, a share or a directory below a share. Best always the point, which is also mounted with the users or integrated into the DFS. This will ensure that everyone Permissions - including the list permissions - correctly by migRaven to be created. The "Manage projects" tile brings you to the point where new projects can be created, edited and deleted.

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Clean up NTFS permissions - instructions

1. Create project and import directories

Create new project - import directories and authorizations

In migRaven is always working with projects. A project is the logical unit to be edited. For example, a share or a directory below a share. Best always the point, which is also mounted with the users or integrated into the DFS. This will ensure that everyone Permissions - including the list permissions - correctly by migRaven to be created. The "Manage projects" tile brings you to the point where new projects can be created, edited and deleted.

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Introduction of DFS - Instructions

With migRaven It is possible to migrate a share so that it can be hooked into a DFS and used. It is important to specify the DFS name for the destination path. This is especially necessary for 8MAN because 8MAN needs the correct destination path in the description field of the authorization groups.

1. Create project and import directories

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Migrate file system - instructions

1. Create project and import directories

1.1. Create new project - import directories and authorizations

In migRaven is always working with projects. A project is the logical unit to be edited. For example, a share or a directory below a share. Best always the point, which is also mounted with the users or integrated into the DFS. This will ensure that everyone Permissions - including the list permissions - correctly by migRaven to be created. Via the start menu you will reach the point where new projects can be created and edited. Projects can be edited and deleted via the project list.

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