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tripwireqv
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Contributor II

Governance Dashboard and Server Move

I'm changing servers - moving all apps over to the new, beefier VM.  I don't see anything saying you can't move the Governance Dashboard, but I'm guessing that one cannot - I'd apparently have to take some logfile along, and under "Scan Details" the configuration option is not available.  Am assuming I should delete it and restart anew, but has anyone had any experience with this?

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Albert_Candelario

@tripwireqv  neither when using QlikView Desktop?

Cheers,

Albert

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Albert_Candelario

Hello @tripwireqv ,

Thanks for posting.

On the configuration section you should be able to edit the path as needed if they have changed. If you are moving the Dashboard to a new server I would also move the old generated qvds (generated on the profile directory) and edit the profile directory as needed.

Let's give a try and let us know.

Cheers,

Albert

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tripwireqv
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Perhaps I was unclear:  the button to get to configuration *is not there*.  I can see it on the old server, but not on the new.  I'll go looking for the old QVDs.

Albert_Candelario

@tripwireqv  neither when using QlikView Desktop?

Cheers,

Albert

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tripwireqv
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I started to say "well of course in Desktop" and had to stop and think - was I?  Turns out, no I wasn't.  Thanks Albert!

Albert_Candelario

Happy we could resolve @tripwireqv . 

Cheers,

Albert

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