Each customer can have specific requirements for his or her personality migration. It is outside the scope of this guide to define the various implications and parameters for each migration.
The main factors that drive the complexity and, ultimately, the size and scope of the personality migration, are whether the legacy environment is well managed, whether the customer has an existing standard operating environment, how many laptops and remote users are part of the migration project, and how much data is stored locally on workstations as opposed to network storage.
Desktop DNA templates can be thought of as policies defining the collection of settings and data from the legacy workstation.
The following sections contain additional information: