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User Move Status Window Non Responsive

We are in the process of moving pilot users from our old 7.0.1 post office to a brand new 8.0 post office. The move seems to complete ok, but we have no way of knowing because the User Move Status window is unresponsive: just a gray window with a hour glass and no user status visible. The window will respond to the close "x" properly.

We are connected to and have selected the new 8 domain when viewing the status. We have disabled the "Live Move" for now, so I know that we will not see everything moving, but the status should at least be visible.

When connected to an old 7 domain, we can view the user move status fine.
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Re: User Move Status Window Non Responsive


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