bradley.hayes

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    bradley.hayes commented  · 

    Hi, I would also like the ability for Sharegate to do a file analysis on a UNC path. Right now i have to use 3rd party tools to look for long file paths, large files etc anything that would cause a migration issue. Whilst i can do that using a mapped drive often enterprise customers will work off of UNC paths, or you will have spreadsheets containing this info you just want to supply and analyse, a mapped drive also assumes you need to be logged in for it to be active. It would also be useful as you could do this from powershell as right now you can only migrate using UNCs using powershell commands, so to do the analysis using UNCs would be useful ie.. step 1 run the analysis are potential issues = 0 then run command to migrate tec.

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    bradley.hayes commented  · 

    Hi, Just to add some context here, the file versions are obviously kept during migration but if the customer has folder versions and these are important to them, there is no way to guarantee the folder version when migration happens. I did several tests left the destination list in place and migrated across, each time the folder version increased, so finally i deleted the destination list and expected this to 100% keep the source folder versions but it did not.

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