rxmigrate Command Line Utility - Migrate Settings
Use rxmigrate on Windows systems to migrate settings from legacy Reflection X versions (v. 13 or 14) or from Hummingbird Exceed products. As rxmigrate runs, it displays messages to the console. In addition a migration.log file is created in the logs folder (typically C:\Users\<user>\.attachmate\rx\logs\migration.log).
Note: Settings stored on your local system are migrated automatically the first time you run Reflection X Manager or Reflection X Manager for Domains. Even if you choose not to import the settings on first run, you can manually import the migrated settings later. Settings in a shared network location are not imported automatically. You can use rxmigrate to migrate these settings.
To convert legacy Reflection X settings:
rxmigrate [-a] [-c client1.rxc ...] [-s server1.rxs ...] [-k known_hosts ...] -o output.rxd
To convert Exceed settings:
rxmigrate -product Exceed [-a] [-c client1.xs ...] [-s session1.ses ...] [-xc server1.xcfg...] -o output.rxd
The following command line shows the options used for a default migration of settings from Reflection X 14.0. It migrates all Reflection X client and server settings, and any known host keys used for Secure Shell connections. The output file is located in a migration folder in the Reflection X Advantage data folder.
rxmigrate -a -o "%userprofile%\.attachmate\rx\migration\Reflection X 14_0_1.rxd"
The following command converts all Reflection X client files (*.rxc) in the specified network share and saves them to the specified output file.
rxmigrate -c \\sharedsettings\attachmate\rx\*.rxc -o "c:\migrated settings\RXsettings.rxd"
The following command migrates all Exceed settings and saves them to the specified output file:
rxmigrate -product Exceed -a -o c:\migrate\Exceedsettings.rxd
Note: For options that specify filenames, wildcards are supported for file names but not for directory names.