To this operating system image. Select this option if the new OS image represents an OS (such as Windows 10) to which you are preparing to migrate. The right side of the screen then lists the available legacy OS images.
From this operating system image. Select this option if the new OS image represents an OS that you are migrating from. The right side of the screen then lists the available target OS images.
For best results, select only those images that are relevant to the analysis that you want to perform.
Depending on the changes you have made to the configurations, you may now need to analyze your applications in order for the changes to be reflected in reports. If this is necessary, the Analyze button on the far right side of the toolbar is enabled. If necessary, click Analyze to analyze the applications. Alternatively, you can analyze the applications later in the normal way.
Suppose you are migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and want to import desktop and laptop images for both Windows 7 and Windows 10.
After that, perform the equivalent steps for the desktop images. When you run the analysis for the Windows 10 report, AppDNA compares the changes between the Windows 7 and Windows 10 laptop images and between the Windows 7 and Windows 10 desktop images. To view the reports, choose whether to view the report for the laptop images or the desktop images.
This example describes setting up OS image relationships in which there is a one-to-one relationship between the images. However, this is not a requirement. For example, you could import one legacy OS image and four target OS images and configure all four of the target OS images with the single legacy OS image.