6.2 Launch Server Consolidation Utility and Create a Project File

The Server Consolidation Utility is a Windows program that is launched from the Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit.

  1. If you have not already done so, start the Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit.

    By default, the toolkit is installed in c:\program files\novell server consolidation and migration toolkit. You can access it by clicking Start > Programs > Novell Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit > Novell Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit.

  2. Read the Welcome page, then click Create or Open Project.

  3. Select NetWare (eDirectory), then click Next.

  4. Select Consolidate and Copy Data and Printing Between Servers, then click Next.

  5. Read the About screen, then click OK.

  6. Do one of the following:

    The Server Consolidation Utility uses a project (.mdb) file to record your intended actions. The actions are recorded so you can execute them now or save the project file and execute the actions later.

  7. Type a project filename in the field provided.

    The filename can be up to 64 characters long and can include any character except \ * ? < > | " /. The project name also serves as the project's folder name, so you might want to keep it short. The project folder stores the log files and other files associated with the project.

  8. (Conditional) If you want to store the project file in a location other than the default location provided, click Browse and navigate to the desired location, and then click OK.

  9. Click Next to continue to the next screen.