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    1 comment  ·  ShareGate Desktop Suggestions » 01- Migration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    erics commented  · 

    Get-OneDriveURL has a logic error. It assumes that the tenant has Exchange Online. However, if org does not have Exchange online there is no email address. You guys are conflating the email address with the UPN. An account always has a UPN, but it does not have to have an email address. My client does not have Exchange Online, they are currently using O365 for OneDrive only. Having the Get-OneDriveURL command only tie to email address is very limiting.

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    We feel like our migration experience is quite good right now and we don’t plan on doing custom rules and filters for now.

    Some of those can already be done using PowerShell, SharePoint views and other means.

    We will eventually reevaluate this once we advance further in our roadmap.

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    My client is migrating everyone's homedrive from the SAN to OneDrive. Of course each person's homedrive is different, but there are some common top level folders that were created for users that the client does not want copied to OneDrive. Such as WINDOWS or DESKTOP. What we would like to be able to do is feed in a list of foldernames to be excluded from being copied. Similar to the existing functionality to feed a list of file extensions to be excluded.

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    This is not in our plan as this would be a massive amount of work. We also fear that the results would be supbar compared to an hand-crafted script.

    We understand that PowerShell can be intimidating but our documentation is there to help (and so is our incredible support team).

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    Hi everyone,

    Since ShareGate Desktop now allow us to automatically export migration reports (and other reports) when a task is done to a SharePoint library, you may easily setup a Microsoft Flow or workflow to notify you when a task is over. If you need some inspiration, I wrote a blog post on how users can leverage Microsoft Flow to share reports by email: https://sharegate.com/blog/use-microsoft-flow-automatically-send-sharegate-desktop-reports

    It’s not a native way to get notified, but a nice workaround you could use until we add official email notifications (if we do at some point).

    Cheers,

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    Since the default is now disabled. It should prevent most situation some of you are describing.

    We still feel like the Auto-Assign as site collection administrator is a useful option in certain case.

    If you encounter an issue you can always refer to this documentation to fix it. https://support-desktop.sharegate.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000647528-Can-I-remove-myself-as-an-administrator-after-I-have-auto-assigned-myself-as-one-

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