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Tracking User Move

Good day,

It has been awhile since I have had to monitor a GroupWise system, my last customer migrated to Google, and I'm a bit out of practice. Basically I'm being asked to track an administrator's move of a GroupWise user, from one location to another, and I just want to double check the process for tracking a user move? Thank you

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Re: Tracking User Move

dschaldenovell;2289239 wrote:
Good day,

It has been awhile since I have had to monitor a GroupWise system, my last customer migrated to Google, and I'm a bit out of practice. Basically I'm being asked to track an administrator's move of a GroupWise user, from one location to another, and I just want to double check the process for tracking a user move? Thank you

-D


Two places you can track what's happening:
1) In the logs (make sure POA logging is set to verbose) of the source and destination PO.
2) ConsoleOne, in the main menu bar select "Tools" > GroupWise Utilities > User Move Status.

The first one will show more detail but will need to be monitored realtime and you also get other log items coming through at it's the general log. It's useful though to see how the move is progressing and how many items are still left to move and detail if any errors pop up.

The second one if useful to see in which phase the move is in (the different stages of it's progress or move complete) and can also be used to nudge stuck moves or see which items are pending/stuck.

Cheers,
Willem
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