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Figure 3-24 Available Exchange people and groups
14.In the window shown in Figure 3-24, you also have the following migration options:
Generate random passwords for users with no passwords
For users who have no existing password to import, or whose passwords the migration
tools cannot import (Windows NT users, for example), the migration tools provide an
option to generate a random password, conforming to the specified password quality
scale. The default setting for this option differs for each of the migration tools. When
using this option, passwords are only generated for users if the password field is
empty; generated passwords do not overwrite passwords imported from the legacy
system.
This option and the Overwrite existing passwords with random passwords option are
mutually exclusive. If you select one of the options and then attempt to select the other,
an error message appears.
Note: With Domino Upgrade Services, you can also migrate groups and their members.
Furthermore, DUS supports the migration of two types of group members:
򐂰 Local users: Have entries in the local directory, that is, the same directory where
the group entry exists. When you select a group to migrate, the local users in the
group are selected for the migration tool.
򐂰 Nested groups: Groups that are members of another group. By default, when you
migrate a group, you also migrate the groups nested within it. Local users can also
exist in those groups.
We recommend that you do not select a large number of users to migrate initially.
Perform the migration for a couple of users first, and then proceed with groups or
departments.

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