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I found that in a new installation of R55 from disk (the December release of R55, anyway), these files in /var/CPbackup/schemes are correct. I found that these files referred to the Checkpoint directores as, for example, /var/opt/CPfw1-AMZ/conf. invalid email (thinking…) Reset or sign in with UserVoice password Forgot password? It only appears to be the upgrade wrapper that introduces this problem. have a peek at these guys

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This initially suggested to me that the backup file had got corrupted, but further investigation revealed that the backup procedure had not backed up any of the CheckPoint configuration files such By default temporary files are stored on the same disk as Windows is installed into. On trying them out, I found that when restoring from a backup I got the following message: Cannot complete the restore process due to package compression errors. David Tyers --------------------------------------------------------------------- FireWall-1 Gurus Mailing List (http://www.phoneboy.com/gurus) To unsubscribe, mailto:[emailprotected] For additional commands, mailto:[emailprotected] Prev by Date: RE: [fw1-gurus] Nokia not using RAM Next by Date: [fw1-gurus] MTU Path Discovery

Changing all occurrences of "AMZ" to "R55" appears to make the utilities work properly. You can change the temporary directory on the Compression -> Advanced settings page for the profile. What is backed up appears to be governed by files in /var/CPbackup/schemes.