Important: When you sign in to MigrationWiz, you are redirected to the Getting Started page in MSPComplete. To go to a migration project created before April 4, 2017, click the Go to Projects button on the Getting Started Page. To create a new project for the migration scenario documented in this article, go to the Delivery Center and add an Doc: OneDrive for Business to OneDrive for Business service to the customer. Read the Delivery Center article for more information about adding services to a customer.
The Source and Destination must be OneDrive for Business - not the personal OneDrive version.
If you are migrating to an Office 365 Small Business Tenant account, the processes will be very similar. However, you will not be able to use admin credentials for your Destination endpoint, and will, instead, be using end user credentials. KB004886.
Set up accounts on Office 365 and assign licenses. These can be created in several ways:
MigrationWiz will provision a OneDrive (SharePoint) profile for each user being migrated. However, it does not create the user accounts; they should already have been created.
MigrationWiz cannot provision a OneDrive profile for blocked users. If a user is blocked, this will result in a provisioning or access error.
Important: If you are migrating permissions, the part of the username before the "@" sign on the Destination must match the part of the username on the Source before the "@" sign. For example,
email@example.com on the Source must follow the same format before the "@"sign on the Destination, and so must also equal "john.smith" on Destination. The domain name, however, can be different.
Set up groups on Office 365. If permissions were assigned to groups on the Source, and you want these to be migrated, the group names on the Destination must match the group names on the Source. KB004843
For the Destination endpoint:
Create the Document Migration project > Select the customer > Select Source endpoint > Select Destination endpoint.