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Migration Readiness (Basic)

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The Migration Readiness (Basic) report shows Windows 7/8 Computers and their overall Migration Readiness status.

Asset Types Required Fields
Computer Name, Location, Disk Size GB, Computer Model, Model Supported, Replacement Ordered
Application App Status
User Name, VIP, Legal Hold

Available operations:

  • View a list of Windows 7/8 computers and their overall migration readiness status
    •  Columns available
      • Id (hidden by default) – System Id of the computer asset
      • Name – Name of the computer
      • Location – Name of the location
        • Filter by location names or Undefined (no location)
      • Disk Size Gb – Disk size in gigabytes
      • App Status – Overall app status of the computer (Ready, Not Ready, No Apps)
        • Filter on Ready, Not Ready or No Apps
      • Model – Name of the model of the computer
      • Model Supported – Whether the model is supported (Yes, No)
        • Filter on Yes, No or Undefined
      • Hw Ordered – Whether replacement hardware has been ordered or not (Yes, No, Not-Needed)
        • Filter on Yes, No or Not-Needed
      • Hw Status – Overall status of the computer hardware (Ready, Not Ready)
        • Filter on Ready or Not Ready
          • Ready – Model is supported, or replacement hardware has been ordered for an unsupported model
          • Not Ready – Model is not supported and replacement hardware has not been ordered
      • Computer Asset Specific Columns – Columns specific to the computer asset type
      • User Id (hidden by default) – System Id of the user asset
      • User Name – Name of the user linked to the computer
        • Filter by Defined (user linked to the computer) or Undefined (no user linked to the computer)
      • User VIP – Whether the user is a VIP (Yes, No)
        • Filter by Yes, No or Undefined
      • User Legal Hold –Whether the user is on legal hold (Yes, No)
        • Filter by Yes, No or Undefined
      • User Asset Specific Columns – Columns specific to the user asset type
      • Computer Wave – Name of the wave the computer is assigned to
        • Filter by wave names or Undefined
  • Select the status(es) that signify ready from the Application Ready Status drop down
  • Save the settings by clicking the Save Settings button. Saving the settings refreshes the report data.
  • Add computers to a Workflow Wave by selecting one or more computers (rows) and clicking the Assign to Wave button on the toolbar. In the Link Computers to Wave dialog, select the waves that you want to link to from the Waves drop down and then click the Link button. Click the Close button to cancel the operation.
  • You can also change the number of visible rows in the table, view full screen, export to CSV or Excel, refresh the table and search for text