Figure 4-4: Opening the Control Panel in Java

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Figure 4-4: Opening the Control Panel
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If the Start menu is in classic mode, the Control Panel is under Settings on the menu.
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2. Click Network and Internet Connections if the Control Panel is in category view, as Figure 4-5 shows.
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Figure 4-5: Opening the Network and Internet Connections category
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3. Click Windows Firewall, as shown in Figure 4-6.
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Figure 4-6: Opening the Windows Firewall options
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4. Go to the Advanced tab. 5. In the Network Connection Settings section ensure the rewall protection isn t enabled for the particular network connection you ll be using for the migration by making sure its entry is unchecked, as Figure 4.7 points out.
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Figure 4-7: Ensuring rewall protection is disabled
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Be sure to reset the rewall setting on your new PC after your migration is complete.
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Get Your Old PC Ready Before starting the migration you need to do the following on your old PC:
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Log in with administrative privileges Ensure your old PC is logged on a Windows account with administrative privileges. If you are not sure about this, you can check in this way: 1. Open the Control Panel, as seen in Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8: Opening the Control Panel
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If the Start menu is in classic mode, the Control Panel is under Settings on the menu.
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2. Open User Accounts. (Figure 4-9 shows this when Control Panel is in category view.)
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Figure 4-9: Opening the User Account utility
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3. Look for your user account and see if it belongs to the administrators group, as identi ed in Figure 4-10.
Figure 4-10: Checking for administrative privileges
Run anti-virus and anti-spyware scans This ensures that you are not migrating any viruses or spyware to your new machine. Exit all programs on your old PC Disable any anti-virus or anti-spyware protection and close all applications on your old PC, because they could interfere with the migration process.
Step 2: Connect the PCs
Because you are performing a Real-Time migration, your PCs must be connected during the entire process by one of the two methods discussed in this step.
Using an Ethernet Crossover Cable
If you are using an Ethernet crossover cable to connect your old and new PCs, connect the cable to the two PCs now.
Using Your Network
If you are using a common network to connect the two systems, ensure both the PCs are connected to the same network.
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When using a wireless (or Wi-Fi) network, you can quickly check what network you re connected to by hovering over the system tray icon, as shown in Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11: Checking your wireless connection
Step 3: Set up CA Desktop DNA Migrator on the Old PC
You need to set up the software on your old PC by following these steps:
1. Open CA Desktop DNA Migrator, which can be accessed
by browsing to the following path on your Start menu: Programs (or All Programs) CA CA Desktop DNA Migrator Then click CA Desktop DNA Migrator, as shown in Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12: Opening CA Desktop DNA Migrator via the Start menu
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2. The Welcome screen should appear, as Figure 4-13 shows.
Click Next.
Figure 4-13: Welcome screen
3. Select the Real-Time migration method, as shown in
Figure 4-14.
Figure 4-14: Selecting the Real-Time migration method
4. Select Source System from the drop-down list, as Figure
4-15 shows.
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Figure 4-15: Choosing the Source System option
If you are using an Ethernet crossover cable to connect your two PCs, mark the applicable checkbox. Click Next.
5. You can enter a password to protect your settings and data.
This is optional and is recommended only if you are connecting the two systems over a network.
6. Click Finish.
CA Desktop DNA Migrator then waits for the new PC to connect.
Step 4: Set up CA Desktop DNA Migrator on the New PC
You need to set up the software on your new PC by following these steps:
1. Open CA Desktop DNA Migrator, which can be accessed
by browsing to the following path on your Start menu: Programs (or All Programs) CA CA Desktop DNA Migrator Then click CA Desktop DNA Migrator, as shown in Figure 4-16.
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Figure 4-16: Opening CA Desktop DNA Migrator via the Start menu
2. The Welcome screen appears, as Figure 4-17 shows. Click
Next to begin.
Figure 4-17: Welcome screen
3. Select the Real-Time migration method, as shown in
Figure 4-18.
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Figure 4-18: Selecting the Real-Time migration method
4. Select Destination System from the drop-down list, as
Figure 4-19 shows.
Figure 4-19: Choosing the Destination System option
If you are using an Ethernet crossover cable to connect your two PCs, mark the applicable checkbox. Click Next.
Step 5: Complete the Migration
Follow these steps in order to complete the migration:
1. Select the old PC from the list, as Figure 4-20 shows.
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Figure 4-20: Selecting the old PC
Keep in mind that it may take a few moments for the PC to appear in the list.
2. If you do not want to customize what will be migrated,
click Finish (and enter your password if prompted) to start the migration, otherwise follow these steps to customize what will be migrated: a. Click Next. If a password was speci ed on the old PC, you are prompted to enter the password. b. Choose a Migration Type and continue with the following steps: Typical This automatically selects common items to be migrated. Simply click Finish to start the migration. Custom Allows the option of selecting or clearing items to be included in the migration. Click Next. In the Custom Migration window, click Edit next to any category to make changes. Then click Finish to start the migration.
3. When the migration is complete, the Migration Summary
window, shown in Figure 4-21, displays the information about your migration.
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Figure 4-21: The Migration Summary window
Click Done to exit CA Desktop DNA Migrator.
4. You are prompted to restart your new PC after the migration is complete. Click Restart. All migrated settings may not be available until you restart the PC.