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I previously ran Tectia 6.0.3.9 on WinXP and now I run Win7-enterprise with Tectia 6.4.7.204 on a different laptop. I have a backup of all my hundreds of old profile files (.ssh2) and the old ssh-broker-config.xml. I noticed that Tectia 6.4.7.204 runs fine on Win7 but there does not exist any %appdata%\SSH directory. I'm using a domain-login and I don't have local-admin rights on the Win7 laptop. I manually created %appdata%\SSH and into that location I copied all of the backed-up old profiles (.ssh2) and ssh-broker-config.xml. Then I rebooted Win7, and after reboot I started Tectia hoping to see that Tectia SSH can see all my old profiles. But Tectia SSH 6.4.7.204 does not show any of my profiles that I copied to %appdata%\SSH.

How can I migrate the old Tectia profiles so they are visible and working in Tectia 6.4.7.204

asked Jun 08 '16 at 12:27

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I have more information. The company configured the home-directory ("My Documents") to be on the LAN for Win7 (previously with WinXP the home directory was on the C: drive). Meanwhile the %userprofile% variable still points to the C: drive. Similarly for %appdata% it points to the C: drive, but I suspect that Windows is placing the tectia ProgramData somewhere on the LAN which if true would match the symptom of Tectia ignoring the C: location of %appdata%. It would help if I knew how to configure tectia to give additional diagnostics or trace so I could confirm the locations it is using. Certainly in the tectia GUI

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answered Jun 08 '16 at 16:49

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I have more information. The company configured the home-directory ("My Documents") to be on the LAN for Win7 (previously with WinXP the home directory was on the C: drive). Meanwhile the %userprofile% variable still points to the C: drive. Similarly for %appdata% it points to the C: drive, but I suspect that Windows is placing the tectia ProgramData somewhere on the LAN which if true would match the symptom of Tectia ignoring the C: location of %appdata%. It would help if I knew how to configure tectia to give additional diagnostics or trace so I could confirm the locations it is using. Certainly in the tectia GUI

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answered Jun 08 '16 at 16:53

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