Dan Cunningham Updates Workstation Migration Assistant 1.0 to RC3

 
Dan Cunningham has posted the third release canditate of his Workstation Migration Assistant 1.0 program.
BLAKE: Workstation Migration Assistant is a visual wrapper for the User State Migration Tool, designed to simplify the capture / restore process for your end-users.
DAN: Hopefully the last bugfix release before I can bring out 1.0 Final.
Workstation Migration Assistant 1.0 RC3 (Build 53):
Changes –
 
    • Debug log is now included as part of SMTP mails if it is found 
    • Status label made bigger 
    • Better Logging around Pre/Post Migration Scripts and other logging improvements
 
Fixes –
 
    • Alternate Migration Location specified via Advanced Settings or /MIGFOLDER switch were not being used on Restore 
    • When a USB drive was chosen as the Datastore location, the C: drive was used instead 
    • Clicking No on failed Health Check would not proceed with the Migration 
    • MaxMigrationSize triggered error incorrectly reported as “Migration Cancelled” 
    • SMTP Mailing now gracefully skips if no Network Connection found (ie, USB mode) 
    • Health Check progress information was not being displayed on XP 
    • ERROR / WARNING dialogs were sometimes not displayed as the Foreground window 
    • SMTP Mailing exception handling improved 
    • Cosmetic fixes to Health Check debug output
 
 
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BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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