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Location of storage (documents in particular)
  Posted by  Rik Vanderschalie  on Friday, March 21, 2008 at 11:12:40 AM (EST)
Transition fromn Lansuite 2004 to Lansuite 5 Groupware was relatively painless (the main difference was that in Lansuite 2004 the Junk-mail folder is a subfolder of the Inbox, whereas in Groupware it is a top level folder).
However: I've got a lot of files/documents on a NAS. I would like to add these to the Groupware documents folder (preferrably through Webdav). I suspect these files wind up in the Lansuite datebase. Now I would like to move this database from whereever it's located to my NAS.
How do I go about to achieve that?
  Posted by Rik Vanderschalie  on Friday, March 21, 2008 at 3:56:27 PM (EST)
I've noticed that the following registry keys point to the directory where the database is stored:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Software602\602LanSuite\5.0\Groupware\key6 & ...\key7

Would simply copying the DATABASE directory and changing these registry keys be the solution?
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, March 24, 2008 at 9:42:57 AM (EST)
I don't think you can move the database to a NAS, and it probably wouldn't be a good idea, anyway. Even with gigabit ethernet, if you get more than a couple users I think it would be extremely slow.
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