Localised default configuration files appear to be in incorrect location
Unity 3.1.6, Exchange 2000
Due to some problems with a RAID controller it was thought prudent to do backup and restore of Unity onto a clean OS install. The backup and restore was done using the disaster recovery tools and Unity was version 3.1.5. The opportunity was taken during the reinstalation to move Unity to a separate partition. After the apparently successful recovery operation, Unity was upgraded to version 3.1.6.
Subsequently it was noticed that direct calls to Unity received the message "Opening greeting is busy or does not answer". DOHPropTest showed the value for AVP_GREETING as C:\CommServer... rather than D:\CommServer... We copied the C:\CommServer\Localize\DefaultConfiguration\ENA directory to D:\ and everything appears to work OK.
I don't particularly want to have this directory on the partition by itself so it can be forgotten in the future. Is there any other way other than via DOHPropTest that this can be changed?
One other thing - the tools depot is missing a lot of tools after the recovery/upgrade. I'm guessing that the %CommServer% value is set wrong somewhere ...
Re: Localised default configuration files appear to be in incorr
Which version of DiRT restore did you use? There were some bugs dealing with drive location changes along these lines that were fixed along the way - did you get the latest versions from www.CiscoUnityTools.com?
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