Mapping Templates 

To specify the mapping templates to use for the task:

1.

The Mapping Templates step appears as shown below:

2. Domain Mapping Template:

Are the users/groups in the source and target locations in different AD domains? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one of the domain mapping templates to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default domain mapping template that helps to assign the domain names as it is.

Note : This mapping works with permission mapping for SharePoint 2010 / SharePoint 2013 only. Also, this mapping is applicable for all person or group columns to replace unavailable domain name from the user value with the valid domain name and make the valid user value.

3. User / Group Mapping Template:

Do you want to map users who are no longer in the organization to different set of users in target SharePoint? (Yes/No)

if you choose 'Yes', select any one of the user / group mapping templates to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default user / group mapping template that helps to assign user / group as it is. This mapping is applicable for all person or group columns to replace unavailable users with the valid users.

4. Permission Mapping Template:

Do you want to propagate NTFS permissions in file shares to SharePoint? (Yes/No)

if you choose 'Yes', select any one permission mapping template to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default permission mapping template.

Note : This mapping works only for SharePoint 2010 / SharePoint 2013.

5.

 Click Manage Template... button to customize the available template(s) or create a new template.

6.

Click Next to proceed.