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Commodore Commodore
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Copying filters between ESM consoles

Does anyone know if it's possible to copy filters defined for a SmartConnector between 2 ESM console instances? I know it is possible to copy/paste (using ctrl-c/ctrl-v) between objects defined in the same ESM console. I have a lengthy filter defined for a SmartConnector on 1 ESM that I want to copy to a new ESM that I have configured. I know I can copy/paste the filter text if I login to the server that the SmartConnector is running on, but I do not readily have access to that server. I am trying to determine if there is a way to copy/paste between ESM consoles. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

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Absent Member.
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Couldn't you just save the filter and export it as an .arb? Or am I misunderstanding your question?

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Commodore Commodore
Commodore

Hi Justin. I apologize. I should have said it's a Connector "Filter Out". Below is a screenshot of the tabs on the Connector in ESM.

Connector Filter Out.jpg

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Absent Member.
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You can paste it to notepad ,  and again use it for other console.

Below is the screen shot ..

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Hi ​, what ​ mentioned here is a quickie and instant stuff which we is often done. But you can also export it as an .arb file so that you can use it longtime and thats a best practise too

Regards,

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