Before beginning your migration, the following best practices that will help optimize migration performance and eliminate errors.
The following Performance Guidelines define system requirements and recommendations to ensure a successful migration.
Optimize Resource Usage
It is recommended to close all other applications on the Console and Remote Agent machines to avoid competition for system resources.
Disable Scanning Software
Antivirus programs, including Windows Defender Reat-time Protection, will slow down the migration and may cause a crash. If possible, disable it completely. Otherwise, you must set some scanning exclusions for Transend application processes and working data folders. Keep in mind that some antivirus programs may turn back on automatically based on organizational policy settings.
View more information about disabling Anti-virus software.
Disable Windows Update
It is recommended to disable Windows Update from installing any updates during the migration. If updates are installed and Windows forces a reboot as a result, it will cause active migration jobs to crash.
Disable Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a policy that requires the account owner to verify login attempts with a second device of their choosing. We recommend you disable MFA prior to migration.
Provision User Accounts
Prior to migration, both the source and target accounts must be provisioned and licensed.
Time Zone Considerations
Prior to migration, it is recommended you set each migration machine Windows OS to the same time zone as the on-premises mail servers.
Important: Do not use UTC- Coordinated Universal time zone as this may result in incorrect dates/times when migrating from or to on-premises email servers.
Power & Sleep Settings
It is recommended to set your computer Power and Sleep Settings so the computer does not power off or go to sleep while performing migration processing.