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Move the ISA database file

Posted on 2011-09-30
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The database file main.dat from ISA is to large for my disk. I would like to move this file from C: to D:.
Can anybody tell me how to do this? Print screen db file
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It looks like you're running Internet Access Monitor by Red Line Software?  They recommend this procedure to reduce the size of the database:

http://www.redline-software.com/eng/support/docs/iam/cleanup.php

I can't find anything specific about how to move the database to a new location.  You might poke around in the registry and see if the DB location is specified there.
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Perfect, thank you!
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