Box to OneDrive: How Are Permissions Migrated and Converted
When migrating from Box to OneDrive, the sharing permissions (end-user sharing permissions) within Box should not only be retained but also migrated over.
CloudFuze is one of the few cloud data migration tools that are capable of migrating content (users, files, Box Notes, etc.) and permissions for Box to OneDrive migration and for other cloud suites.
Both Box and OneDrive have a different set of sharing permissions. First, let’s have a quick look at various permissions levels in the Box environment.
OneDrive for Business Permissions
Microsoft doesn’t provide as many permissions as Box does, but on a positive note, permissions in OneDrive are not confusing. Check out this screenshot to see how permissions in OneDrive works. As seen in the image, the only two permissions in OneDrive for Business is just Edit and View.
How These Permissions Are Migrated?
Check out the following table to understand how CloudFuze migrates and converts respective permissions in Box to OneDrive for Business.
If your company is planning Box to Microsoft 365 migration, we recommend diving deep with our Box to Microsoft 365 migration success guide.