Kernel Migrator for SharePoint lets you to migrate your important data from file server to OneDrive server using advanced filters like Date filter (greater/less than, equal to), File Filter, User Filters etc. The tool allows you to achieve precise results in a single go with additional value parameters inside the filter options.
The tool provides two types of migration options – simple migration and bulk migration. Use the simple migration option when you want to migrate file system data to a personal storage account of OneDrive for Business server. Bulk migration is ideal for migrating to all or some selected user accounts of OneDrive for the Business server.
You can either execute a job at the time of creation or schedule it to best utilize the idle resources. The tool allows to schedule the migration job on daily/weekly/monthly basis for the assigned hours. It automatically starts and stops the migration job at the time specified.
Simply copy the files or folders that you want to migrate from the source server and paste it to the desired folder on the destination server. You can choose the desired migration type and apply filters, migrate permissions, remap users/groups according to your migration preferences.
Migration using CSV option is a handy option when you want to migrate entire data from Windows file system to OneDrive for Business server in a single go. You can place all the content of source server into a CSV file and then migrate the bulk data concurrently to the destination server.
View the complete history of the migration job using View Jobs function. This allows you to track the migration state of files/folders that are being migrated. It shows complete description of the migration job – including its start time, end time, duration, status (success/failure) etc.
|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)|