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luca.civinini@ctt

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Hello,
I probably need to manually edit winroute.cfg to add a custom option (or at least try it).
In the previous Windows version, it was possible to stop Kerio and do the change.
How perform a similar task in the virtual appliance? It seems to me that when I shut down the machine, my custom configuration gets overwrited by the "running config". I could of course brutally restart the machine, but want to know if there is a less brutal way to do it.

Thanks
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germanr

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One way is to export the configuration in the configuration assistant , extract the files on your computer, edit them.
Then you have to compress them again in a file and import them to Control.
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German Ruiz
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luca.civinini@ctt

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Thanks for reply. Good idea, but a little trivial.
Hope someone from Kerio will post a better way to accomplish this.
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