Combine volumes with storage migration service

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Hi,

 

For a file migration I am looking to use the storage migration service. Het source consist of different volumes all pointing to \general. For the target I would like to have all to volumes combined into 1. However when I select a destination volume I can no longer select that volume.

 

What would be the best approach to do this? Can I create multiple jobs? Or will the files be overwritten in the target?

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