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If you open the Operations Navigator Icon on your desktop and under File
click on Environments you have the option to Export your Environments to a
file, once you have this file you are then able to transfer this file to
your new PC and then do an Import via the same method

Thanks
Dennis Nel


-----Original Message-----
From: Carl Galgano [mailto:cgalgano2@ediconsulting.com]
Sent: 17 January 2002 02:02
To: Midrange List
Subject: Ops Nav Config File


Anyone know where the Ops Navigator config file(s) are stored on the PC
and what their names might be?  I have just switched to a new laptop and
would like to copy my config with all my various environments and
systems that are already defined.  There are a bunch of them and I'd
like to avoid having to set each one up.  Anyone have any ideas?
cjg

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