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From: J Lipmanson <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG on the Mac with Vista and Parallels -- and how toport my database
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 06:56:36 -0400
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Thanks for your thoughts. I have two types of TMG backups, both current.
One's without exhibits and one is with them. I also back up my data
drive daily to another drive -- oh yes, I keep all of the TMG projects
on my data drive, not on my Drive C with the TMG program files. I just
want to map out some sort of plan to share all of my data with my son
beforehand, and think that the utilities, both TMG and third-party, will
be my best bet once I give him the external exhibits.
I'll take off an afternoon and work with him on this when he's ready.
Glenn Gilbert wrote:
> I don't think so, you would have to adjust the paths in preferences as
> necessary, and then use TMG Utility, PathWiz or the TMG Maintenance
> utility Validate File Integrity with search for missing exhibits option,
> then specify the path(s) where the external exhibits will be found.
> I use PathWiz.
> I've never run a backup / restore with external exhibits, I backup my
> external exhibits outside TMG, so someone else might speak to the
> restore process when the path for external exhibits does not exist.