Use the Migrate Users console to create Active Directory directory service contacts for users listed in a Domino Directory.

Console Tree

The console tree is located on the left side of the console and is organized by type of action. You can choose to Connect to configure the Directory and Free/Busy Connectors or Migrate to configure and perform Directory, mail, and application migrations.

Result Pane

The result pane is located in the center of the console. By default, this pane displays the first 1,000 users listed in the Domino Directory. Click Create Filter to define criteria that determines which users are displayed in this pane.

Filter Pane

The dialog on the far left allows you to select the information type that you want to search for when selecting users. The center dialog allows you to identify how to use the information in the third dialog (for example, equals, does not equal) to define matches for this criteria.

Action Pane

The action pane is located on the right side of the console. The action pane is an extension of the shortcut menu, which is the menu that appears when you right-click an item. However, the shortcut menu is still available.

The following table lists the options that are available in the Migrate Users action pane.

Action pane option Description

Enter Domino Credential

Click to enter the password associated with the Lotus Notes ID file running on the Exchange server running the Connector(s).

Select Domino Directory Server

Click to type the name of the Lotus Domino server that should be queried for all Domino Directory requests.

Select Domain Controller

Click to select the Active Directory domain controller.

Migrate selected user

Click to launch the Migrate Users wizard, which walks you through the process of migrating user information to Active Directory.

Migrate manual matching

Click to launch the Migrate manual matching wizard, which allows you to manually associate Domino users with existing Active Directory accounts and then migrates that user's information to Active Directory.


Click View in the action pane to modify how objects are displayed. The following options are available:

  • Add/Remove Columns

    Click Add/Remove Columns to select the columns that you want to display in the result pane or to change the order of the columns in the result pane. The available columns change based on the node that you select.

    The Transporter Management Console automatically saves your settings. To revert to the default column view, click Restore Defaults in the Add/Remove Columns dialog box.

  • Save Current Filter as Default

    Click Save Current Filter as Default to make the existing filter the default filter for the information listed in the result pane.

  • Visual Effects

    Click Visual Effects to set the visual effects to be always on, never on, or automatic. Use the visual effects setting to configure the way that the Transporter wizards appear. If you notice your connection is slow when using wizards, you can turn off the visual effects for better performance. Use the Automatic setting to have the Microsoft Transporter Management Console detect if your system should have visual effects on or off.

  • Customize

    Click Customize to select the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) components and snap-ins to display or hide. These settings apply to the entire MMC.


Click Refresh to refresh the objects in the result pane and the work pane.


Click Help to read the context-sensitive Help for the node or object that is selected.


Click Properties to view or edit the current configuration for the selected user.


Click Remove to permanently delete the selected object.