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rkg82
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ScrambleOnClick

Postby rkg82 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 4:09 pm

I would like to move ScrambleOnClick to a new machine. How can I transfer the encryption key list in order to avoid having to manually copy passwords?

Dave Wilkins
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Re: ScrambleOnClick

Postby Dave Wilkins » Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:41 am

Try porting over

"C:\Users\USERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data\2BrightSparks\OnClickUtilities\socsettings.dat"

(assuming you are using a modern version of Windows - above is for Win 8 x64). Search for 'socsettings.dat' if not

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Re: ScrambleOnClick

Postby Dave Wilkins » Tue Mar 25, 2014 10:06 am

Follow-up: I got a chance to try it on a VM that didn't previously have SOC, and it worked fine.

Note that the path I gave you seems anomalous in that I shouldn't actually have such a folder

C:\Users\USERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data\2BrightSparks\OnClickUtilities\socsettings.dat

(not sure how I got one!) and it is more likely

C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\2BrightSparks\OnClickUtilities\socsettings.dat

On checking host ('old') PC, I had a zero-byte copy in that 2nd location, too, which the program clearly wasn't using (hence 0 bytes). In any case, pasting the 'live' .dat file from 'unusual' location on host to 'usual' location on the VM worked fine. (Note: I renamed the default empty .dat file on target PC first, just in case, but all seems to work fine afterwards. SOC should be closed during the 'transplant' stage, of course)

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Re: ScrambleOnClick

Postby rkg82 » Wed May 07, 2014 6:39 am

Porting over the socsettings.dat file worked fine, thanks for the help.


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