Radmin (Remote Administrator)

Posted on 2009-12-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Hi, How do I export/import Radmin control; panel list that contains name, local IP-address and ports that are on the network?  I couldnt find it in Program files
thank you very much
Question by:Osvel_SQL
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    To export the 'Phonebook' (containing the name, IP or FQDN and port for each connection):

    Open the RAdmin viewer
    Click Tools | Export

    To import the 'Phonebook' on another machine:

    Open the RAdmin viewer
    Click Tools | Import Phonebook

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    Accepted Solution

    In RAdmin 2 (or 3?).x - the data was stored in the registry. HKCU\Software\RAdmin

    Check it out, and perhaps just export the registry key :)

    Author Comment

    Hi Akmetra,  I couldnt find the directory that you specified.  I also searched for all files named "HKCU", but I didnt find anythign.  BTW, I am looking to copy the radmin viewer window, from one user to the next .  please advise
    thank you
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    Open the registry:
    Start-Run-regedit (OK)

    Expand the HKCU (HKEY_CURRENT_USER) branch, then expand Software, Radmin. Right-click Radmin, select "Export" - and you'll have a file that can be imported to the new PC.

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