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Old 03-01-2005, 02:35 PM
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FAQ: Error reported during migration

If you saw the following error when the migration wizard ran from SecureCRT 5.0, it means that your SecureFX settings were not migrated.

SecureFX Migration Started

Migrating global configuration:
Migrating SSH global configuration.
Migration failed because no connection protocol DLLs
could be found in the folder:

C:\Program Files\SecureCRT\
In order to migrate your SecureFX settings, please follow these steps.
  1. Determine the location of the old SecureFX session database.
    Run SecureFX 2.2 and select "Session Database Location" from the Options menu.
  2. Back up the current SecureCRT 5.0 configuration folder.
    Run SecureCRT 5.0 and note the location of the configuration folder. This can be found by navigating to the General page in the Global Options dialog. Exit SecureCRT and rename the folder or move it to a new location.
  3. Install SecureFX 3.0 beta 1.
    Download and install SecureFX 3.0 beta 1, which can be found at the following web page.
  4. Manually run the migration wizard.
    Open a DOS shell and navigate to the SecureFX 3.0 install directory. Type the following line at the command prompt:
    .\migrate /Integrate
    Verify the paths that the migrate wizard chooses when the wizard runs.
You should now see all your sessions. You will see all your
sessions in both applications if you chose to integrate them.

Please let me know if there were any problems with the migration.


Last edited by Maureen; 03-02-2005 at 02:23 PM.
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