Step by step through the migRaven-Documentation
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In table mode, you can output the authorization table as a CSV file before saving. This makes it possible to edit the permissions 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 as the basis for building an authorization structure in a new share.
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To do this, under Design & Work in table mode, you will find an additional column "Different target directory" next to the (initial) path.
Here you can specify a different directory than the home directory.
In general, the home directory will be replaced by the new directory. The permissions are applied.
Subdirectories under it are taken over, up to the level in which a different target directory may be specified.
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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 by default. This makes sense in order to convert the many different "individual" rights into a standard.
All individual rights are broken down by type and propagation and must now be assigned to the standard rights. Not only the rights themselves play a role, but also the type of rights (like refuse) and the propagation (the application to this folder, subfolders and files). These rights can be converted into standard rights in the mapping table.
Right Type Propagation (Apply to) Read and Execute Allow this folder, subfolders, files Write Allow this folder, subfolders, files Modify Allow this folder, subfolders, files Modify Plus * Allow this folder, subfolders, files (more about ModifyPlus) Full Control Allow this folder, subfolders, files
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Now with two procedures for assigning permissions
From version 3.1. Has migRaven an additional authorization mode. Known is the "table mode" in which the objects to be justified are entered in the table. The new mode is characterized by the fact that user and group names no longer need 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 destination directory and authorize them by dropping them - hence "drag and drop" mode.
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After creating the target directory with the newly created permissions, copy the data. The function "Deploy Data" supports the user. migRaven uses the Robocopy command and recommends the necessary parameters that the user then only has to copy and execute in one batch. Robocopy is with 70 parameters a very flexible copy tool and already installed on Windows machines.
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"Deploy ACL" writes the directory structure under the deploy path and authorizes the previously created list and authorization groups. Subdirectories without explicit permissions are not created.
You need write access to the deploy path, eg as administrator. Continue reading
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In Design & Work, a new authorization structure was calculated based on the read permission structure according to Microsoft Best Practice. This consists
- from new authorization and list groups,
- Nesting of existing groups and accounts into new groups, as well as nesting of new groups into each other, and
- from access rights that the groups should receive to the directories.
With Deploy Groups, the new authorization and list groups are written to the AD. Into these the nested groups and accounts are nested. You need write access to the AD, eg as a domain admin.
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When importing a table, you can use the authorizations prepared in a spreadsheet in migRaven insert and authorize authorization and list groups. Finally, the groups are written into AD and directories and ACLs in a dedicated share. Even a CSV file output during the redesign project can be used as a basis processed accordingly and read in as xlsx here.
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