Transferring global excludes to another computer

Article:HOWTO50184  |  Created: 2011-04-18  |  Updated: 2011-09-26  |  Article URL
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Transferring global excludes to another computer

Global excludes are set on each computer and are not exported when a virtual software layer is exported. To transfer global excludes you can export the global excludes from the registry and then import them on another computer.

See Adding a global exclude entry

To transfer global excludes to another computer

  1. On the computer with the global excludes that you want to export, run regedit and browse to HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\FSLX\Parameters\FSL\ExcludePath.

  2. Right-click the ExcludePath folder and then click Export.

  3. Copy the registry file to another computer and then import the settings.


    When you run this file, if the registry key already exists on a computer it is overwritten with the contents of the new registry key.

  4. To reload the global exclude list without restarting the computer, run the SVSCMD executable file with the REL[LOAD] parameter.

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