KANmetropol Absent Member.
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Archives physically located on the PC

Hi

I have to take a backup of Groupwise Archives on a local PC, in which folder it is placed. Pleace help

We are using windows xp

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Kenny
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Archives physically located on the PC

On Wed, 03 Feb 2010 07:56:01 +0000, KANmetropol wrote:

> I have to take a backup of Groupwise Archives on a local PC, in which
> folder it is placed.


It can be placed anywhere. It's user configurable unless as the
administrator you have locked down the setting within ConsoleOne.

You'll either have to ask the user what archive path they have defined in
the client, or use a third-party tool such as Vertigo to run a report of
these settings.



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shesser Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Archives physically located on the PC

I think you could also look at the tools, options, environment, file locations to see where it's set on the client.

jmarton;1927338 wrote:
On Wed, 03 Feb 2010 07:56:01 +0000,
KANmetropol wrote:

> I have to take a backup of Groupwise Archives on a local PC, in which
> folder it is placed.


It can be placed anywhere. It's user configurable unless as the
administrator you have locked down the setting within ConsoleOne.

You'll either have to ask the user what archive path they have defined in
the client, or use a third-party tool such as Vertigo to run a report of
these settings.



--
Joe Marton
Novell Knowledge Partner
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Archives physically located on the PC

On Wed, 03 Feb 2010 15:46:01 +0000, shesser wrote:

> I think you could also look at the tools, options, environment, file
> locations to see where it's set on the client.


Yes, he'll have to ask the user what path is defined there, or use a
third-party tool such as Vertigo to run a report of this setting.


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Joe Marton
Novell Knowledge Partner

Joe Marton Emeritus Knowledge Partner
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