Before you migrate your Windows file server to Google Drive, you can perform a quick analysis of the migration using ‘Migration Analyzer’ function. It helps you to understand the migration project better that what all files/folders can be migrated smoothly or need adjustments.
Generate a CSV file to migrate bulk data from your Windows file system to Google Drive in bulk at once. You can add “N” number of files, folders, remote files, remote folders in a CSV list and migrate them simultaneously to Google Drive server.
Kernel Migrator for SharePoint allows to add files and folders from local as well as remote file systems. To migrate remote files/folders, you need to specify the computer name/IP Address and select the respective drive from where you want to add the content. Once the connection is validated then you can easily migrate unlimited files and folders thereafter.
Kernel Migrator for SharePoint allows to keep a complete track of the migration job using ‘View Jobs’ option. It displays a full description of the job including Job name, State (ready/running), schedule summary, creation date and other details. Additionally, you can refresh to view the real-time changes during in the content.
Apply filters to quickly refine the important items during the migration using different filter fields like File Filter (file name, file extension, file size), Date Filter (file access date, file creation date, file modification date), User Filter (owner name) etc. While migrating any file/folder, you can choose to create a new version of it or overwrite an existing document using ‘create new version’ function.
Kernel Migrator for SharePoint supports Windows file server to Google Drive migration for all versions of Windows platforms including Windows 10, 8, 7 and Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008, 2003.
|Source (Migrate From)||Destination (Migrate To)|
|Windows File System (Supports Local/Remote Server)|
|SharePoint (2010,2013,2016,2019, SharePoint Online(O365) Versions)||SharePoint (2010,2013,2016,2019, SharePoint Online(O365) Versions)|
|Public Folder Migration – Exchange (On-premise) or Office 365||SharePoint (2010,2013,2016,2019, SharePoint Online(O365) Versions)|