ASDM transfer settings to another PC
Work has updated my laptop and I need to transfer my old.
Q: do anyone know how I can transfer my ASDM configuration so I can't re-create all devices I've managed?
Sorry - I was off by a directory. Search in:
C:\Users\ You should see a file "deviceinfo.conf". There are IP addresses and user names you have chosen to record via the checkbox in the Launcher. There is also a "preferences.conf" file that has all the preferences you put through the user interface (an overview of the CLI, packet analyzer path and name etc.). The files require you not to change, but you should be able to copy safely on your new PC.
You should see a file "deviceinfo.conf". There are IP addresses and user names you have chosen to record via the checkbox in the Launcher.
There is also a "preferences.conf" file that has all the preferences you put through the user interface (an overview of the CLI, packet analyzer path and name etc.).
The files require you not to change, but you should be able to copy safely on your new PC.
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I have a computer here in my conference room with several users to work on it (MS Active Directory).
For the Conference, I have installed a 'PolyCom VoiceStation 500' as a device of helmet on the Administrators account. There the unit works fine, but when I log in as a different user, windows seems to forget all the settings made before.
How can I get windows to transfer all the BT settings to another user (for example "all users" - profile)?
I'm running on Windows XP Pro SP2 on an Optiplex G620.
Thank you very much
Sorry, but I don't see in your composition of validation between BT and Toshiba. Do you use a Toshiba designed BT Stack?
How to transfer all the parameters concerning auser as outlook mail settings of another user in the same computer and OS (win 7)
How to transfer all the parameters concerning auser as outlook mail settings of another user in the same computer and OS (win 7)Easy Windows XP, not so easy under Windows 7. Have a look here:
I just bought a new computer and looking for parameter files for web sites that I currently manage on a single computer, so I can transfer them to another computer. How? Where can I find them?
On the old computer, open DW...
1. Choose Site > Manage Sites
2. Select a site and choose export
3. save the resultant .ste file somewhere you'll remember
4 copy the folders of your local site from computer 1 to computer 2
5. copy the .ste computer 1 computer 2
6 al ' DW on computer 2, go to Site > Manage Sites > import and browse the newly copied .ste files
7 connect the folder root Local sites on computer 2 to the newly copied local site folders
I did a Windows XP Pro 32-bit clean install on a laptop. After I installed all the software and drivers on the machine, I ran the file and Assistant to bring users account on the machine to transfer the parameters. The problem is that I stumbled accidentally while still connected as long as administrator, all the information of users installing to the default Administrator account. Y at - it an easy way to remove the users from the administrator account info, or to delete the administrator account take it back to the installed version of basic? Thanks in advance for your help.
Original title: using files and Settings Transfer Wizard. Oops
I suspect that Naman R misinterpreted your post. My interpretation is that you have used the Wizard Windows XP file / transfer settings, no Windows Easy Transfer.
Assuming you still have available transfer fluid, which is a kind of external drive (USB, probably), there is no reason why you should transfer the settings again, but in the correct user profile.
With respect to the transfer in the account manager, all the parameters of implementation of changes should be reversible system restore (start - all programs-Accessories-System Tools System Restore). Data can only be deleted while signed in as an administrator. Do the system restore before doing the right files and transfer settings, otherwise it will also cancel these changes in settings that have been applied to the appropriate user profiles.
The files and settings to remove the old computer when you make a file and the transfer settings Wizard?
When you use the files and Settings Transfer Wizard in Windows XP, it only transfers a copy of the files and settings on the computer.
How to use the "files and Settings Transfer Wizard" in Windows XP
How can I copy my personal account sync settings adobe account of my work? I'm under first cc v9.2. These settings live anywhere on my computer, I could just copy in a different folder, or everything is done through the cloud? Thank you.
The command "settings of another user" will do just that, it will eliminate your current settings with those of another user; you don't want to do. You simply want to leave the first sign of your account from the CC application and connect with your professional account. All this will do is change who the software is licensed for the moment, it will not change your settings. Then, because your settings will be the same as they were with your personal account, you simply open first and synchronize your settings to the cloud. If you have no existing parameters with your professional account then first do you that if you want to upload or download, it will simply download your settings. If you want to be sure you can back up your "profile-CreativeCloud' and the 'profile-"username"' folder on your desktop so that you can experiment without worry of losing your settings. If something goes wrong, you can simply copy the files back to your Documents folder. After all this is done you can reconnect you to your personal account. I do it regularly at home, but I go the other way. I disconnect from my personal account, log in to my work, download settings, new sign in my account, and then for good measure, I download these parameters to the cloud.
I have on the hard drive with two different partitions. The first is drive c: with Windows 8 on it. Then comes with Windows 7 top unit. My windows 8 is not compatible with my drivers so I started a new copy of Windows 7 on a separate partition. The problem is that all my programs and settings are on my c: Windows 8.How can I transfer my all my windows 8 files, programs, settings in my windows partition 7 without losing all my files, programs or settings without having to reinstall everything again? Please help me asap :(
Program should be installed in the operating system you need to run in. Your files can be transferred or left in there are current place of residence. Settings and files can be transferred via Windows Easy Transfer. Your files could be simply copied across if you wish.
How to use Windows Easy Transfer to migrate files and settings from one Windows computer to another Windows Vista (or Windows 7) based computer
Description of Windows Easy Transfer for Windows Vista
As far as programs are concerned, you might look at that and see if it is viable.
No, I'm not talking about having to first laboriously click each tab, bookmarking them, following the instructions to transfer your Favorites file and them by clicking on each bookmark to reopen your tabs. I wonder about a one click way to save all my tabs and the download on another computer, just like Firefox on opening/closing.
This can be done through Sync.
Select the types of data you want to synchronize - Tabs is the first element of the list.
I bought a new laptop (Windows 10) and want to transfer my iTunes to the PC (Vista), via hard drive (and leave duplicates on hard drive for back to the top).
I've got 20,000 songs and hundreds of playlists.
On the first attempt, I'm done with no playlists and 9 000 pieces.
On the second attempt (by replacing the new library with the PC), I found myself with playlists up to 2014 and only 9,000 tunes
On the third, 17 000 songs and lists full reading - but only until 2014.
I can only assume that I am not transfer to itls up-to-date? I tried to export the library and playlist to make sure they are u-t-j but I am not sure it is the right method.
Any ideas? Can't the Chuck on the old PC until I am sure than that.
Migrate a library iTunes from one computer to another
These are two approaches that work normally to move an existing library to a new computer.
- Save the library with this trick of the user.
- Remove the old computer if you no longer wish to access content protected on it.
- Restore the backup to your new computer by using the same tool used to back it up.
- Keep your current backup in the future.
Connect the two computers on the same network. Share your old computer < user music > folder and copy the folder of library full iTunes in the < user music > on the new folder. Yet once, remove the old computer so is no longer necessary.
These two methods should give the new computer, a clone of the library work which was on the former. What about iTunes is it is still the 'home' for your devices library you should not have problems with iTunes will erase and reload.
I recommend method 1 because it establishes a current backup for your library.
Note If you have iOS devices and that you have not reached your contacts and calendar all in all items, then you need to create a dummy entry in your new profile and iTunes expected to merge existing data from the device.
If your media folder has been separated in the main folder of iTunes, you may need to do some preparatory work to make it easier to move. See make a library of portable split.
If you are in the unfortunate position where you're able to access your original library or a backup and then see recover your iTunes from your iPod or an iOS device to get tips on how to configure your devices with a new library with the maximum preservation of data.
files and settings transferusing files and Settings Transfer vista ultimate Premium the Chinese lanquage pack still works
No. does not work in the Home Premium edition.
Language packs require a license and are only available with Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows Vista Enterprise.
I have strong music collection and have changed the settings of data original mp3.
My question is how can I transfer all my settings and changes to the files of Vist to Win7.
Di I do a clean instal then transfer files or I do an upgrade to make sure that the wmp data equals exactley.
Any help would be appreciated
Cordially Chris B
The metadata backup tool does not care what version of WMP. It uses its own XML format, which can be used for WMP 10-12 (and probably even future versions).
My card mother XP and/or CPU crashed and I find myself trying to transfer my Outlook of the old hard disk settings to the new computer Windows 7 I bought. I can't use easy transfer because I have no way to access the XP OS on the old hard drive (forget to dual boot Win 7 - computer Dell, I bought his own ideas on this topic and Dell will not support this). I know that I can just copy the pst file but in Windows 7, appears not to load the personal file by default and I must manually open those files and cannot sync with other devices like my iPod Touch. Maybe there is a trick to install my Outlook 2003. Any suggestions?
Here is the Vista Forums.
Office at the above link forums
Outlook Help Forums at the link above.
They will help you with your Outlook questions when repost you in the Office Forums above.
For any question on Windows 7:
Link above is Windows 7 Forum for questions on Windows 7.
Windows 7 questions should be directed to / stationed there.
You are in the Vista Forums.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
How can I transfer files / folders from another user, but the same computer account.
Copy them in the Public directory. Then log in as another user and copy the files in the Public directory so that the user Documents, etc.. MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!
So I have 2 computers win7 home premium 64-bit, one is a desktop computer and another is a laptop. The old hard drive died for the laptop, so I bought a new ssd to replace. However, im from the difficulties of installation of windows update on the laptop. So I was wondering is there anyway to transfer updates from my office to my laptop?
Is it possible using only microsoft software to create an image backup or system that can be used on the laptop from the desktop?
I have a flash drive that I would like to transfer files or use as a backup, is this possible and can tell you me the steps or link me to something that can explain it using microsoft software only.
Please and thank you for your help.
I tired using the installer from microsoft windows update and that froze just too when I tried to download updates manually.
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