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Symantec Enablement Toolkit Data

Created: 12 May 2010 • Updated: 26 Jun 2010 | 4 comments
salamz's picture
This issue has been solved. See solution.

I have Symantec Enbalment Toolkit Data installed on my C drive with all the relevent content modules for my study. Now i have to move this date from C drive to some other partition.
How can i move this.

Regards
Saqib Alam| Sr.Systems Engineer |

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Janice Brown's picture

Hi Saqib

You should send your question to the Partner Enablement Toolkit Team for the quickest response.  They should be able to help you with moving the modules.

You can reach them at enablement_toolkit@symantec.com.

Thank You

Janice Brown

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salamz's picture

I have already send an email on above mention email address and still waiting for there reply.

Regards

Saqib Alam|Sr.Systems Engineer|

Saqib Alam|Senior Systems Engineer|Symantec Technical Specialist|

salamz's picture

Finally I got the reply from Symantec Enablement Tool Kit Team and as per there instructions i move my all contents data from one drive to another without loosing it.
GR8 Job 

Thanks to Symantec.

Regards
Saqib Alam |Sr.Systems Engineer

Saqib Alam|Senior Systems Engineer|Symantec Technical Specialist|

Jeremy_Henricks's picture

For others who need to back up their content within the Symantec Enablement Toolkit, please follow this guide:

Backing Up Content Modules

Back up all the files under the following folder:

  • For Windows XP - C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec\Enablement Toolkit\
  • For Windows Vista - C:\ProgramData\Symantec\Enablement Toolkit\

The minimum files and folders required from the folder(s) listed above are:

  • \ContentModules
  • \setlocaldownloaded.dat
  • \setconfig.ini

Restoring Content Modules

CAUTION: Please do not perform the restore process on a computer with existing content modules. Otherwise you will overwrite the configuration data on the target computer.

To access the content modules on the recovered system or new computer, restore all files and folders that you backed up to their original location as indicated in the section “Backing Up Content Modules

Note: If the content module installation directory changes on the target computer, open setconfig.ini in a text editor, and change the following line to reflect the new location where you content is stored:

CMInstallPath=D:\ContentModules

Jeremy Henricks
Principal Learning Consultant, Enablement Toolkit
Symantec Education Services
Symantec Corporation
www.symantec.com