Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino

 
 
 

Migrating from the previous verison

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2014 May 14 ID: 8472
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino

To import the settings of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino from an earlier version of the product, you should use the utility named KAVMigrate.

Using KAVMigrate export/import utility when migrating Kaspersky Anti-Virus to the new version of the product:

  1. Copy KAVMigrate utility to the directory that contains the binary files of the application.

    For Microsoft Windows operating systems, binary files are stored by default in the directory named C:\Program Files\Lotus\Domino.

    For Linux operating systems, binary files are stored by default in the directory named /local/notesdata/. 

    Warning In Linux operating systems, you should first allow the execution of the file copied.
  2. In the console of the Lotus Domino server, run KAVMigrate utility with a settings export key, using one or several data category keys. To do this, enter the command load kavmigrate.exe (for Microsoft Windows operating systems), or load kavmigrate.bin (for Linux operating systems).

    For example: load kavmigrate.exe –c qsc –e backup1

    This command exports all the data categories (Quarantine database, Event log and statistics database, application settings) to a file named backup1.
  3. Remove the earlier version of the application. If you use the distributed deployment scheme, Kaspersky Anti-Virus should be removed from all the servers included in the configuration.
  4. Install the new version of the application. If you use the distributed deployment scheme, the new version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus should be installed to all the servers included in the configuration.
  5. Import the settings that have been saved in the file backup1 (Step 2), to the newly installed version of the application. To do this, in the console of the Lotus Domino server run the KAVMigrate utility with a settings import key, using one or several data category keys.

    For example: load kavmigrate.exe –c qsc –i backup1

    This command imports all the data categories (Quarantine database, Event log and statistics database, application settings) from the file backup1.

WarningThe account of the user running the KAVMigrate utility should have privileges for writing in Kaspersky Anti-Virus databases.

Command syntax:


load kavmigrate.exe(bin) –c <category> -<mode> <export/import_file>

Data category keys:

q - Include data from Quarantine database into export (import).
s - Include data from Event log and statistics database into export (import).
c - Include server settings into export (import).

Keys for utility operation mode management:

i  - Run utility in settings import mode.
e - Run utility in settings export mode.

 
 
 
 
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