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Pathmanager should be expanded to work for ExchangeLink

Status: Delivered in 7.5.4
by aduncan on ‎01-11-2011 09:19 AM

There is no way to move the dynamic files created by Exchangelink from the OS drive.  Writing to the OS is unacceptable in many corporate environments. 

Status: Delivered in 7.5.4

Editing the registry should only be performed by Administrators who are comfortable working with registry settings.

 

To move Exchange Link files

1.            If Exchange Link is already running as a service, stop the Exchange Link service.

2.            Open your registry editor.

 

 

Sage strongly recommends backing up the registry before making any modifications.

3.            Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SalesLogix\Exchange Link.

4.            To change the location for link files:

1.            Right-click in the right pane, point to New and click String Value.

2.            Rename the new string LinksFolder.

3.            Double-click LinksFolder and set the Value data to the new location.

For example, D:\MyExchangeLink\LinksFolder

 

You cannot set the path to the C:\ directory root.

5.            To change the location for log files:

 

If you change the location of the link files, but do not change the location of the log files, then the log files will be stored in a "Logs" subfolder under the location you specified for the link files in step 4.

For example, D:\MyExchnageLink\LinksFolder\Logs

1.            Right-click in the right pane, point to New and click String Value.

2.            Rename the new string LogsFolder.

3.            Double-click LogsFolder and set the Value data to the new location.

For example, D:\MyExchangeLink\LogsFolder

 

You cannot set the path to the C:\ directory root.

6.            Click OK and close the registry editor.

7.            If necessary, copy any existing log files or link files from the old location to the new location.

8.            If you stopped the Exchange Link service in step 1, restart the service.

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by Moderator Moderator
‎08-02-2012 08:30 AM - edited ‎08-02-2012 08:32 AM
Status changed to: Delivered in 7.5.4

Editing the registry should only be performed by Administrators who are comfortable working with registry settings.

 

To move Exchange Link files

1.            If Exchange Link is already running as a service, stop the Exchange Link service.

2.            Open your registry editor.

 

 

Sage strongly recommends backing up the registry before making any modifications.

3.            Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SalesLogix\Exchange Link.

4.            To change the location for link files:

1.            Right-click in the right pane, point to New and click String Value.

2.            Rename the new string LinksFolder.

3.            Double-click LinksFolder and set the Value data to the new location.

For example, D:\MyExchangeLink\LinksFolder

 

You cannot set the path to the C:\ directory root.

5.            To change the location for log files:

 

If you change the location of the link files, but do not change the location of the log files, then the log files will be stored in a "Logs" subfolder under the location you specified for the link files in step 4.

For example, D:\MyExchnageLink\LinksFolder\Logs

1.            Right-click in the right pane, point to New and click String Value.

2.            Rename the new string LogsFolder.

3.            Double-click LogsFolder and set the Value data to the new location.

For example, D:\MyExchangeLink\LogsFolder

 

You cannot set the path to the C:\ directory root.

6.            Click OK and close the registry editor.

7.            If necessary, copy any existing log files or link files from the old location to the new location.

8.            If you stopped the Exchange Link service in step 1, restart the service.

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