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Restore credentials.db file in ipMonitor

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Created by Interspire Import, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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The following steps only apply if your ipMonitor installation has not moved to a different computer:

Login to the old ipMonitor installation web interface.
1. Click Configuration -> Scheduled Maintenance Tasks -> Recurring Internal Maintenance.
2. Ensure that "Archive ipMonitor Configuration" is selected and make sure a Credential is specified within the "Encryption Credential" box.
3. Click "Backup Now".
4. Copy the backup file to the new ipMonitor system and run the following exe:

-\ipMonitor\ipmrestore.exe

5. Point it to the backup file and enter the password for the backup credential.

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