Welcome to another On Demand video demonstration. In this video demonstration will be going over creation of a migration project for a tenant to tenant migration in the On Demand solution. Then we'll be migrating some test users to demonstrate the migration portion of the product. To create a migration project, you simply click the go button, either on the home page or the migration tab.
After clicking the go button, you simply select the new project widget, and we confirm our source and target tenants that we added in an earlier demonstration. It may take some time for the initial connections to be initialized. And we can click the get started link or configure connections link.
We'll start with the source connections. We select the tenant and click edit. Here we supply our global administrator credentials, usually an account designated with those credentials for migration purposes. It will be a brief sign in page to specify the consent and permissions that we're going to grant this account, and then we click Save.
Now we'll do the same for the target tenant. And as before, we'll grant the necessary permissions, and sign into the Microsoft Office 365 page, and click accept. And we'll save these changes, and click finish, as you can see, these changes were successfully applied.
Next is to create a discovery task to discover all migratable objects. So we'll click the create discovery task link, and then we'll click next, and name the discovery task. We'll confirm that these details are true, and then click finish. So we can see at the top the task has been created. And we can click the view details or tasks tab to view the progress.
We'll pause recording and resume when this is finished. At this point the discovery task is now complete, and we should have an accurate view of all migratable objects within the directory on the source tenant. As we can see, we have two accounts and will be migrating the test user one account to the target tenant.
If there is a preexisting account you want to match it to, you simply click the button and specify the matching attributes. But in this case we're just migrating the account from the source to the target because there is no preexisting target account we want to associate it with.
We confirm the target domain name, and then we name the task. We'll start it automatically and click finish. And we'll click view details, and we'll wait for this task to complete. As we can see, this migration task is now complete. And if we log into the target tenant and go to the user section, we can see that test user one is there.
And we'll see on the right hand side that the test user one account is showing as a status as unlicensed. That's because the license is actually applied when you migrate the user's mailbox. So what we're going to do next is head back to the On Demand Migration console and do just that. We'll select a test user one user account, and then click migrate mail.
We're going to use the default options here, because there is only one primary mailbox for each that's going to be required. You can set your exclusion options all throughout here, and you can set your mail forwarding to redirect mail from the source to the target mailbox when the migration is complete.
So we'll specify these domains, and we choose specifically what we want to migrate, in terms of mail calendar and other items and we'll click finish. And the task is started, so we'll click view details, and we'll pause and resume when this task is completed.
Now the task is complete, and if we refresh this view here and target, we'll see that an Office 365 Enterprise E3 license was assigned to test user one. Now there is an active mailbox in the target, and the content should be migrated. This concludes this demonstration. Thank you for watching.