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All user-specific files and settings are in the /home/username directory. While some minor information ''in'' that directory may not be important to the user, you can know with 100% certainty that all user files and data are inside that directory.

Revision as of 13:39, 23 August 2008

TODO: Review kb for existing info.

How to selectively backup and export:

Mac

Documents

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, iWork, PDFs, few pictures, should all go to the Tigercat server

iPhoto and Pictures

These need to be backed up to Muskrat, an external hard disk borrowed from circ. BOTH of these options are temporary!

iMovie, FinalCut, iDVD and other larger movie files

These need to be backed up to Muskrat, an external hard disk borrowed from circ. BOTH of these options are temporary!

AddressesBook

We recommend migrating to Entourage. We do not support AddressBook. There's a drag and drop procedure for importing AddressBook data to Entourage's server-side address list

Safari Bookmarks

TODO

Firefox Bookmarks

TODO

Internet Explorer Bookmarks

Migrate to Firefox. Firefox has a built-in import feature that will fetch IE's bookmarks


PC

Similar as above...

Linux

All user-specific files and settings are in the /home/username directory. While some minor information in that directory may not be important to the user, you can know with 100% certainty that all user files and data are inside that directory.

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