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Secure Copy 7.5 - User Guide

Using Secure Copy Setting copy options Running copy jobs Using the command line Managing licenses Running Update Utilities Troubleshooting PowerShell cmdlets

Checking for product updates

Secure Copy checks for updates to the software when you start the application, but you also can check for updates manually.

Choose Help | Check for Updates.

Running Update Utilities

Home Path Updater

The Home Path Updater allows you to update user home directory paths after you have migrated data to a new server. You can update the users in a domain, which may span several servers, and map their home directory paths to one or more new servers.

IMPORTANT: Your logon account must have administrative rights for the domain in which the user accounts exist.
NOTE: Home Path Updater and Profile Path Updater require that Active Directory® Users have Home Paths and Profile Paths configured in Active Directory, otherwise when the domain is scanned, the Server drop-down list will be empty.
1
Click Update Utilities in the Navigation Pane, and then click Home Path Updater.
To suppress the User Home Path Updater Wizard Welcome page, clear the Always show Welcome screen check box to hide this screen the next time you start the updater.
2
Click Next.
4
Click Next. If you imported a previously-exported file, go to step 6.

NOTE: Active Directory® Users must have Home Paths configured in Active Directory, otherwise when the domain is scanned the Server list will be empty.
TIP: If you use Add All to select all the users listed, you can then use Remove to selectively remove individual users who you do not want to update.
d.
Click Add.
e.
Click Next.
j.
Click Next.
To make changes for several users at a time, click Replace All and enter the information to be changed and the new information that replaces it.
a.
Click Export to create a file.
c.
Click Save.

user name

current user home path

new user home path

drive letter

8
Click Next.
10
Click Finish.

Profile Path Updater

The User Profile Path Updater allows you to view roaming user profiles on a server within a specified domain and to update the paths after you have migrated data to a new server. A roaming user profile is stored on a server and is available every time an end user logs on to any computer on the network. Any change made to the roaming user profile is updated on the server.

IMPORTANT: Your logon account must have administrative rights for the domain in which the user accounts exist.
IMPORTANT: Home Path Updater and Profile Path Updater require that Active Directory® Users have Home Paths and Profile Paths configured in Active Directory, otherwise when the domain is scanned the Server drop-down list will be empty.
1
Click Update Utilities, and click Profile Path Updater.
To suppress the User Profile Path Updater Wizard Welcome page, clear the Always show Welcome screen check box to hide this screen the next time you start the updater.
3
Click Next. If you imported a previously-exported file, go to step 5.

NOTE: Active Directory Users must have Home Paths configured in Active Directory, otherwise when the domain is scanned the Server list will be empty.
TIP: If you use Add All to select all the users listed, you can then use Remove to selectively remove individual users who you do not want to update.
d.
Click Add.
e.
Click Next.
j.
Click Next.
To make changes for several users at a time, click Replace All and then enter the information to be changed and the new information that replaces it.
a.
Click Export to create a file.
c.
Click Save.

user name

current user home path

new user profile path

drive letter

7
Click Next.
9
Click Finish.
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