Sharepoint Migration Manager scripting

JiriStransky-2316 96 Reputation points
2022-09-01T09:25:28.893+00:00

Is there any option how start or manage results of Migration Manager by script?
I'm asking because this is only one missing part in my handling of migration from local storage to SharePoint Online automatically.

I haven found any Powershell module for MM, only for Migration Tool, which we can't use.

Is there anything planned?

Thank you

Jiri S.

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  1. RaytheonXie_MSFT 30,666 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2022-09-02T05:29:52.377+00:00

    Hi @JiriStransky-2316
    Per my research, there is no such function for us to retrieve results of Migration Manager. As a workaround, we can use Migration Manager reports to manage, audit and troubleshoot your migration process.
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointmigration/mm-reports#summary-report
    You can download task level reports by following powershell script
    https://spmt.sharepointonline.com/download/ReportAggregator.zip


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  2. JiriStransky-2316 96 Reputation points
    2022-09-02T07:51:18.557+00:00

    Well, that look helpful, at least partially. I will definitely try to work out the script.
    Perhaps I did not express myself correctly, because there is a more important part(s), namely the processing of migration processes. For example, creating a new migration process, checking the running status and of course downloading the results, which seems to be solved already.