Re-ACL Of Inter-domain Migrated Data
Each cluster in the system must belong to a data center, and each host in the system must belong to a cluster. Virtual machines are dynamically allocated to any host in a cluster and can be migrated between them, according to policies defined on the cluster and settings on the virtual machines. The cluster is the highest level at which power and load-sharing policies can be defined.
Re-ACL of inter-domain migrated data
Configuring a host to use local storage automatically creates, and adds the host to, a new local storage domain, data center and cluster to which no other host can be added. Multiple-host clusters require that all hosts have access to all storage domains, which is not possible with local storage. Virtual machines created in a single-host cluster cannot be migrated, fenced, or scheduled.
The problem is further complicated by the fact that the old user data was under a different domain user and the target user account is under a new domain (part of a domain migration). The old user data needs to be migrated for the new account.
The migration process can be completed only with the Samba server already being fully operational.The user and group accounts must be migrated before attempting to migrate datashare, files, and printers. The migration of files and printer configurations involves the useof both SMB and MS DCE RPC services. The benefit of the manner in which the migration process hasbeen implemented is that the possibility now exists to use a Samba server as a man-in-middle migrationservice that affects a transfer of data from one server to another. For example, if the Sambaserver is called MESSER, the source Windows NT4 server is called PEPPY, and the target Sambaserver is called GONZALES, the machine MESSER can be used to effect the migration of all data(files and shares) from PEPPY to GONZALES. If the target machine is not specified, the localserver is assumed by default - as net's general rule of thumb .
For example, you need to upgrade your operating system (OS) from Windows 10 version 1803 to Windows 10 version 1809. If this setting is enabled, Profile Management automatically migrates the existing application settings to Windows 10 version 1809 the first time each user logs on. The application data in the AppData folder and the registry entries under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE are migrated.