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LDIF File location on Windows

Greetings,

We recently migrated from SLES to Windows, and installed iManager. In the old SLES system we would run ICE to Modify-Replace users' photos. In my LDIF file, I pointed to a directory using this method: photo:< file:///pics/jdoe.jpg However, for the life of me, I cannot figure out how to point to a new directory in Windows, such as C:\Novell\pics.

Does anyone know how I can accomplish this? I have searched every way I know how to do this with no luck.

Thank you.
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Re: LDIF File location on Windows

clinderman wrote:

> I pointed to a directory using this method: -photo:<
> file:///pics/jdoe.jpg- However, for the life of me, I cannot figure out
> how to point to a new directory in Windows, such as C:\Novell\pics.


Looks like a java URI, which would be file:///C:/Novell/pics/jdoe.jpg for a
Windows path. Not sure if ICE like this but if you did not already do so it
could be worth a try.

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Re: LDIF File location on Windows

Lothar Haeger wrote:

> I cannot figure out
> > how to point to a new directory in Windows, such as C:\Novell\pics.


PS: did you calling your script with the pic folder being the current directory
and an URL of file://jdoe.jpg ?

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