Select Google Workspace as your destination platform.
Select where you would like your data to be migrated. If you have purchased Microsoft 365 for Business or Google Vault, you may want to migrate data directly into Google Vault.
To enable Google Vault for your domain, please see the following article: http://support.google.com/vault/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2584132
Enter information for your Google Workspace admin account.
- Domain Name - The domain name you will be migrating from. This should be the Internet domain name, not the local domain name.
- Admin Username - An administrator account for the domain specified, this will usually be an email address for a Super Admin.
- Authentication Method - Set whether to use a P12 key or a JSON key as the authentication method.
- Service Account Email Address - Before attempting to configure CloudM Migrate, you should have created a Google Cloud platform project and created a service account for it. If you have selected to use a P12 key, you will need to input the service account's email address in this field.
- Private Key - The file path to the P12 or JSON key that was generated and downloaded when creating the OAuth service account.
If you cannot find the private key, go back to Google Cloud Platform service accounts, select your project (if not already selected), use the option button on the right of the service account and click "Create Key". Select P12 or JSON and download the key file.
CloudM Migrate will perform a connection test against your Google Workspace domain to verify that everything has been entered correctly.
If your Google Workspace system is brand new or for, any reason, the users / resources / Groups / Shared Drives being migrated have not been created in Google Workspace, CloudM Migrate can create your users for you. Simply go to advanced settings, to the User Options section and enable Create Users/Resources/Groups/Shared Drives.