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migrated SecurityAssist to a new computer and my Pages/Rules groups disappeared

Thread began 1/28/2014 7:24 pm by jen425288 | Last modified 1/28/2014 8:18 pm by Jason Byrnes | 484 views | 5 replies |

jen425288

migrated SecurityAssist to a new computer and my Pages/Rules groups disappeared

I can see that the WA_SecurityAssist and webassist folders did not copy over with all the other site files. They are still there on my old computer. How can I reinstate them on my new set-up?

I have installed SecurityAssist extension on the new computer.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

copy them from the old computer and place them in the site root of your site on the new computer.

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jen425288

How do I copy them? They do not show up in Windows Explorer, only in Dreamweaver Files. I imagine that's why they did not copy over when I migrated all my website files to the new computer.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

they should show up in explorer to.

in DW files panel, right click the webassist/security_assist folder and select explore, that should open it in the windows explorer.

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jen425288

Thanks! I can now see robots.txt and sessionTest.php in the root folder too - are there any other files/folders that might not have copied over, that I have missed?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Impossible for me to say. there may be, but i have no way of knowing for certain if there are or which ones they may be.

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