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Possible to move OA config files to new HD ?


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The drive I've been using has gotten really slow & flakey so I've been setting up a new drive. Just reloaded OA on it and was wondering if there is any way to transfer all of the configuration files to the new drive so I don't have to go through the process of telling OA what is ok to access the net , etc.

 

Fresh install of XP w/SP2 , SP3 and all subsequent updates.

 

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In OA - Go to Options, then the Backup/Restore tab and click the Backup button. Select a location for the backup file (a USB stick would probably be best for what you're planning).

 

Then, on the new installation, follow the same procedure but use the Restore button and select the file you backed up.

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Well, I right clicked on the OA icon in the system tray, then clicked on Configuration . On the "Options" page, clicked on the

"Backup/Restore" tab and it returns a message that " Sorry, this page is disabled in free version ". Clicked on the License

tab and clicked "Show License" and it returns  the license / key that was issued when I updated to a 3-PC pack license.

So, what's going on ????!!!!!

 

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Well, I right clicked on the OA icon in the system tray, then clicked on Configuration . On the "Options" page, clicked on the

"Backup/Restore" tab and it returns a message that " Sorry, this page is disabled in free version ". Clicked on the License

tab and clicked "Show License" and it returns  the license / key that was issued when I updated to a 3-PC pack license.

So, what's going on ????!!!!!

Try clicking the link to activate another key, and see if reactivating with your license key resolves the issue.

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