TABLE OF CONTENTS
Available User Migration Fields
|Migration Id||Yes, when updating an existing user migration|
|First Name||This is the name of the user. For example John||Yes, when importing a new user migration|
|Last Name||This is the last name of the user. For example Blogg||Yes, when importing a new user migration|
|Sam Account||This is one of the attributes defined for security principals (users, groups and computers) in Active Directory. For example Ta00001||Yes, when importing a new user migration|
|Domain||This is the network the user migration belongs to.||No|
|Process Status||This is the internal Process status of the process the user migration is in.||No|
1. Identified 5. Scheduling
The User Migration sub-process can be set during the import process. This should be used in conjunction with the Process section above to ensure the correct sub-category is selected.
For example, if 5. Scheduling is selected as the Process, the Sub-Process should be set to Scheduling Queue, or On Hold.
|Start Date||This refers to the start date of the deployment unit, the user resides in.||No|
|Deployment Unit||This is the name of the deployment unit, the user is in.||No|
|DU Location||Deployment Unit location that the user belongs to|
|Migration Slot Start||The User migration start date and time.||No|
|Migration Slot End|
The User migration end date and time.
|The email address of of the user. For example Jblogg@email@example.com.||No|
|Phone No||The Phone number of the user.|
|Self Schedule Is Locked||This field is used to know where a self schedule link has been sent out to the user.||No|
|Employee Id||This is a unique numeric identification code for the user. For example 5487546||No|
|Assigned To||Which engineer have you got assigned to the user migration within the project.||No|
|Migration Type||This is the user migration type. For example, VIP.||No|
|Status||The status of the User Migration.||No|