How to Configuring Migration to Configuration Manager 2012


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When you migrate from Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012, you must configure an active source hierarchy and source sites that contain data that you want to migrate. Use the following procedures to configure a source hierarchy and additional source sites from the source hierarchy.

 

After you complete these procedures, you can then create migration jobs and start to migrate data:

 
Configure a Source Hierarchy for Migration

To configure the active source hierarchy, you must specify a Configuration Manager 2007 hierarchy that contains the data that you want to migrate. This identifies the top-level site of that hierarchy and becomes the first source site of the active source hierarchy. Use the following procedures to configure an active source hierarchy for migration and to configure additional source sites in that hierarchy.

 

Perform this procedure with a Configuration Manager console that is connected to the central administration site or to any primary site.

 

To configure a source hierarchy

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Active Source Hierarchy.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Migration group, click Specify Source Hierarchy.

4.       In the Specify Migration Source dialog box, select New source hierarchy for the active source hierarchy.

5.       Enter the name or IP address of the site server at the top site of the Configuration Manager 2007 hierarchy that you will migrate.

6.       For the source site access accounts, specify accounts that have read permission to the SMS Provider and read and execute permission to the SQL Server database in the top-level site. If you use the Configuration Manager 2012 computer account, ensure this account is a member of the security group Distributed COM Users in the domain where the Configuration Manager 2007 server resides.

7.       Click OK to save the configuration and open the Data Gathering Status dialog box. Data gathering starts automatically.

8.       When data gathering finishes, click Close to close the Data Gathering Status dialog box and complete the configuration.

 

Configure Additional Source Sites from the Active Source Hierarchy

When you configure an active source hierarchy, the top-level site of that hierarchy is automatically configured as a source site, and data is gathered from it. After the data gathering finishes, you can configure additional sites from the source hierarchy to gather data. When you configure additional source sites, perform this procedure from the top of the source hierarchy to the bottom, and configure a site as a source site before you configure any of its child sites as source sites.

 

Use the following procedure to configure additional source sites. This scenario might require that you configure the credentials for a new source site and reconfigure the access account and credentials for a previously configured source site.

 

To configure additional source sites in the active source hierarchy

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Active Source Hierarchy.

3.       Click the site that you want to configure as a source site.

4.       On the Home tab, in the Source Site group, click Configure Credentials.

5.       In the Source Site Credentials dialog box, for the source site access accounts, specify accounts that have read permission to the SMS Provider and the SQL Server database in the specified site.

6.       Click OK.

7.       When data gathering finishes, click Close to complete the configuration.

 

 

 

Operations for Migrating Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012

After you configure a source hierarchy to migrate Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012 and Configuration Manager has successfully gathered data, you can start to migrate data and clients. Use the following procedures to create, run, validate, and complete the migration process for data and clients.

 

Create and Edit Migration Jobs for Configuration Manager 2012

Use the following procedures to create data migration jobs, edit the exclusion list for collection-based migration jobs, configure shared distribution points, and edit migration job schedules.

 

To create a migration job to migrate by collections

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Migration Job.

4.       On the General page of the Create Migration Job Wizard configure the following, and then click OK:

·         Specify a name for the migration job.

·         In the Job type drop-down list, select Collection migration.

5.       On the Select Collections page, configure the following, and then click Next:

·         Select the collections that you want to migrate.

·         If you want to migrate collections only and not the objects that are associated with those collections, clear the Migrate objects that are associated with the specified collections option. If you clear this option, no associated objects are migrated in this job, and you can skip steps 6 and 7.

6.       On the Select Objects page, clear any object types, or specific available objects that you do not want to migrate. By default, all associated object types and available objects are selected. Then click Next.

7.       On the Content Ownership page, assign the ownership of content from each listed Configuration Manager 2007 source site to a Configuration Manager 2012 site, and then click Next.

8.       On the Security Scope page, select one or more role-based administration security scopes to assign to the objects to migrate in this migration job, and then click Next.

9.       On the Collection Limiting page, configure a Configuration Manager 2012 collection to limit the scope of each listed collection, and then click Next. If no collections are listed, click Next.

10.   On the Site Code Replacement page, assign a Configuration Manager 2012 site code to replace the Configuration Manager 2007 site code for each listed collection, and then click Next. If no collections are listed, click Next.

11.   On the Review Information page, click Save To File to save the displayed information for later viewing. When you are ready to continue, click Next.

12.   On the Settings page, configure when the migration job will run and any additional settings that you need for this migration job, and then click Next.

13.   Confirm the settings and complete the wizard.

 

To create a migration Job to migrate by objects

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Migration Job.

4.       On the General page of the Create Migration Job Wizard, configure the following, and then click Next:

·         Specify a name for the migration job.

·         In the Job type drop-down list, select Object migration.

5.       On the Select Objects page, select the object types that you want to migrate. By default, all available objects are selected for each object type that you select.

6.       On the Content Ownership page, assign the ownership of content from each listed Configuration Manager 2007 source site to a Configuration Manager 2012 site, and then click Next. If no source sites are listed, click Next.

7.       On the Security Scope page, select one or more role-based administration security scopes to assign to the objects in this migration job, and then click Next.

8.       On the Review Information page, click Save To File to save the displayed information for later viewing. When you are ready to continue, click Next.

9.       On the Settings page, configure when the migration job will run and any additional settings that you need for this migration job. Then click Next.

10.   Confirm the settings and complete the wizard.

 

To create a migration job to migrate changed objects

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Migration Job.

4.       On the General page of the Create Migration Job Wizard, configure the following and then click Next:

·         Specify a name for the migration job.

·         In the Job type drop down list, select Objects modified after migration.

5.       On the Select Objects page, select the object types that you want to migrate. By default, all available objects are selected for each object type that you select.

6.       On the Content Ownership page, assign the ownership of content from each listed Configuration Manager 2007 source site to a Configuration Manager 2012 site, and then click Next. If no source sites are listed, click Next.

7.       On the Security Scope page, select one or more role-based administration security scopes to assign to the objects in this migration job, and then click Next.

8.       On the Review Information page, click Save To File to save the displayed information for later viewing. When you are ready to continue, click Next.

9.       On the Settings page, configure when the migration job will run and any additional settings that you require for this migration job. Unlike the other migration job types, this migration job must overwrite the previously migrated objects in the Configuration Manager 2012 database. Click Next.

10.   Confirm the settings and then complete the wizard.

 

To modify the exclusion list for migration

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, click Migration to gain access to the exclusion list. You can also access the exclusion list from the Active Source Hierarchy node.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Migration group, click Edit Exclusion List.

4.       On the Edit Exclusion List dialog box, select the excluded object that you want to remove from the exclusion list, and then click Remove.

5.       Click OK to save the changes and complete the edit. To cancel current changes and restore all the objects that you have removed, click Cancel, and then click No. This will cancel the removal of the objects, and close the Edit Exclusion List dialog box.

 

To share distribution points from the active source hierarchy

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, click Active Source Hierarchy, and then select the source site that you want to configure.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Source Site group, click Share Distribution Points.

4.       On the Share Distribution Point dialog box, select Enable distribution point sharing for this Configuration Manager 2007 site server, and then click OK.

5.       When data gathering finishes, click Close.

 

To change the schedule of a migration job

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       Click the migration job that you want to modify. On the Home tab, in the Properties group, click Properties.

4.       In the properties of the migration job, select the Settings tab, change the run time for the migration job, and then click OK.

 

Run Migration Jobs in Configuration Manager 2012

Use the following procedures to run a migration job that has not yet started and validate the success of a migration job that has completed.

 

To run migration jobs in configuration manager 2012

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       Click the migration job that you want to run. On the Home tab, in the Migration Job group, click Start.

4.       Click Yes to start the migration job now.

 

Monitor Migration Activity in the Migration Workspace

Use this procedure to use the migration workspace to monitor migration.

 

To monitor migration activity in the migration workspace

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Migration Jobs.

3.       Click the migration job that you want to monitor.

4.       View details and status about the selected migration job on the tabs for Summary and Objects in Job.

 

Complete Migration in Configuration Manager 2012

Use this procedure to complete migration from the active source hierarchy.

 

To complete migration in Configuration Manager 2012

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Migration, and then click Active Source Hierarchy.

3.       Select a source site that is at the bottom level of the active source hierarchy. On the Home tab, in the Clean Up group, click Stop Gathering Data.

4.       Click Yes to confirm the action. The site displays No for the Configured column.

5.       Repeat steps 3 and 4, performing these steps at each site in the hierarchy from the bottom to the top.

6.       On the Home tab, in the Clean Up group, click Clean Up Migration Data.

7.       On the Clean Up Migration Data dialog box, from the Source hierarchy drop-down list, select the site code and site server of the top-level site of the active source hierarchy, and then click OK.

8.       Click Yes to complete the migration process for the active source hierarchy.

 

 

 

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