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FSRM exporting a File Group from one server to another

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I have a File Group set up on our File Server. It took a bit of time to add info that we use in File Screens. I would like to copy that group to the Exchange and other Servers. Can this be done or do I start over on each server? Thanks
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You can export/import the file groups using the command filescrn:

filescrn filegroup export /file:c:\filegroups.xml
filescrn filegroup import /file:c:\filegroups.xml

For additional information, see: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730977(v=ws.11).aspx
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Works, Thanks!
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You're welcome and don't forget close the question.
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User reported that solution works.
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Thank yous :-)
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