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Workspace Servers and Pooled Workspace Server

For any updates or hot fixes that are required before you can migrate, see the baseline requirements topic.

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caution Conflict over port number found between server-name-1 and server-name-2.
You can ignore this message if server-name-1 and server-name-2 are the same server (for example, Connection: Connect Server and Connection: Connect Server). Contact SAS Technical Support if the two servers are different.

caution The server name contains characters not compatible with target SAS version. Please remove the incompatible characters from server name before migration.
Correct the name of the server in the previous deployment's SAS® Management Console, and run SAS Migration Utility again.

The naming convention in the SAS Management Console has changed. In SAS 9.1.3, the forward slash and backslash characters are supported in server names, but in SAS 9.2 and later these characters are not supported. Other unsupported characters in server names include control characters (e.g., tabs, newlines) and leading or trailing blanks. The name must not be greater than 60 characters, and must be specified (non-null).

caution No object spawner is assigned to "server-name (server-ID)". This server will not be migrated.
Without an association to an object spawner, the server cannot function and therefore is not migrated. If you want to migrate the server, then in the previous deployment, associate an object spawner to the server and run SAS Migration Utility again.

caution Server "server-name" uses "server-ID" login user-ID. This login will be modified to match the target machine name during migration and must exist on the target system for the server to function.
This is an informational message to notify you that the SAS Migration Utility is able to change the login to match the target system.

caution Server "server-name" uses "server-ID" login user-ID. This login will not be modified during migration and must exist on the target system for the server to function.
The SAS Migration Utility is not able to change the login to match the target system. See SAS Note 36464 for instructions to correct the login in the previous deployment's SAS Management Console, and run SAS Migration Utility again.


Contributing to Migration

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