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  • 09 Apr

    How-To Video, Install LimagitoX File Mover as a Service

    In this video we’ll explain how to install LimagitoX File Mover as a Service.

    LimagitoX-Install-As-Service

    If you need any help, please let us know.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

  • 29 Dec

    How-To Use LimagitoX File Mover as Service

    1. Install the latest version (v2018 or higher)
    2. Start the LimagitoX File Mover Config tool
      • Import the new License using the <Import> function (License File tab of the Config tool)
      • Click <Install> (Service tab of the Config tool). Don’t start the Service yet!
      • Open Services.msc
        • Search for LimagitoX service.
        • Change the ‘logon as’ user to a user with sufficient rights!
        • The ‘logon as’ user should belong to the ‘Local Administrator’ group of the system where the service is installed on.
        • Close Services.msc
      • Click <Add 2 Firewall> (Service Tab of the Config tool)
      • Click <Start> (Service Tab of the Config tool)
      • Close Config Tool
      • The running Service is the engine doing all the file transfers.
    3. Start LimagitoX File Mover Remote tool
      • Select destination: ‘LimagitoX Service’
      • Click <Connect> and <OK>
    4. You are now remotely connected to the service.
      • All Setup is done using this Remote tool
      • You can close the Remote tool when you are finished (it does not need to run).
    5. Done
    6. Optional: Our Web Remote Service can be installed to fully control the File Mover Service using your browser. Please check the ‘Installation.pdf’ to install the Web Remote Service.
  • 25 Jan

    Q&A 37: Using a drive letter when using LimagitoX as a service

    We often get an email that the service isn’t moving any files. After asking some more feedback about the issue we often get the following reply.

    ‘I am attempting to move files from a mapped network drive to another mapped network drive.  Both are mapped with a drive letter on my local machine.’ 

    Yes and we understand why it isn’t working. Let us explain. The LimagitoX service does not know about the mapped drive letters that you are using as a logged on (desktop) user. Even when the logon as user for the LimagitoX service is the same as the one you are logged on with (they are both using a different session). If you want to use drive letters with the LimagitoX service then you need to add them using our Network Drive option (Tools menu => Network Drive). First unmap them in Windows then map them again using this option. The service will then also map the drive letters at startup in it’s own session.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team
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