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Windows Management Server default log location

Hello All,

I have a Windows machine acting as a security management server running R77.30. I would like know if there's a way to change the default firewall log location to a different partition within the same server.

Reviewed sk66003 procedure #3, but this talks about making change within C:/ drive where the software is installed. Lets say I have partition D:/ or E:/ (these are not network share path), can I follow the procedure mentioned on the article and map necessary partition.

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Re: Windows Management Server default log location

Of course you can do that - see sk66003 procedure #3:

Type/paste the absolute path to the new folder (DISK:\Absolute_Path_To\New_Log_Folder)

No matter if DISK: is D:, E: or F:

But i would rather move it to GAiA...

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Re: Windows Management Server default log location

You are right!!. my bad not sure how I missed that point. Thanks for pointing out.