What table in the Domain Migration Administrator database (Protar.mdb) contains the account mappings (NETIQKB8450)

  • 7708450
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 16-Aug-2007

Resolution

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What table in the Domain Migration Administrator database (Protar.mdb) contains the account mappings?

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Where can I find the migrated account mappings in the Domain Migration Administrator (DMA) database?

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Domain Migration Administrator 6.x

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Domain Migration Administrator 7.x

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All migrated account mappings are stored in the MigratedObjects table of the Protar.mdb database (located in C:\Program Files\NetIQ\DMA\).  No account mappings are stored in the individual project databases. The MigratedObjects object in the project database is a shortcut link to the actual MigratedObjects table in the Protar.mdb database.



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Note:  If accounts are moved or renamed after migration, the MigratedObjects table will need to be updated by running the Refresh Migrated Objects report.  If the table does not get updated, this could result in failed security translations and/or failed group membership updates.

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Note:  To maintain information regarding your migrated accounts, make sure you keep a backup copy of the Protar.mdb file.

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For more information on the Refresh Migrated Objects report, please refer to the following NetIQ Knowledge Base article:

NETIQKB1149 - What is the 'Refresh Migrated Objects' report?
https://www.netiq.com/kb/esupport/consumer/esupport.asp?id=NETIQKB1149



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For more information on how to backup and restore Domain Migration Administrator (DMA), please refer to the following NetIQ Knowledge Base article:

NETIQKB9921 - How do I backup and restore an existing installation of Domain Migration Administrator?
https://www.netiq.com/kb/esupport/consumer/esupport.asp?id=NETIQKB9921



Additional Information

Formerly known as NETIQKB8450

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