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How to Determine the Current PST Enterprise Configuration

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This article applies to the Barracuda PST Enterprise version 3.1 or higher.

When re-installing, upgrading, or migrating the PST Enterprise system, you must note your existing system configuration:

Version 5.2 and Later

The current configuration is stored in the System.ini file in the Local Configuration Store (LCS) directory on the PST Enterprise server (C:\ProgramData\Barracuda\PSTEnterprise\LocalConfigurationStore).

Open the System.ini file in a text editor such as Notepad, and make a note of the following values:

  • The PST Enterprise service account name (by default named PSTEnterpriseAdmin)
  • The PST Enterprise Administrators security group (by default named PSTEnterpriseUsers)
  • The SQL instance used to host the PST Enterprise database (by default LOCALHOST\PSTEnterprise)

Version 5.1 and Earlier

The PST Enterprise Admin account name (by default named PSTEnterpriseAdmin):

  1. This can be found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Barracuda\PSTEnterprise\Web\web.config
  2. Open this file in an editor such as Notepad, and find the line:

    where DOMAIN\PSTEnterpriseAdmin is the Active Directory (AD) domain and PST Enterprise Admin account name.

The PST Enterprise Administrators security group (by default named PSTEnterpriseUsers):

  1. This can be found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Barracuda\PSTEnterprise\Web\web.config
  2. Open this file in an editor such as Notepad, and find the line:

    where PSTEnterpriseUsers is the security group name.

The SQL instance used to host the PST Enterprise database (by default LOCALHOST\PSTEnterprise):

  1. This can be found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Barracuda\PSTEnterprise\Web\web.config
  2. Open this file in an editor such as Notepad, and find the line:

    where SERVER\PSTENTERPRISE is the SQL instance name.

 

 

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