Controller Based WLANs

How do I restore the RF_Protect database?

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Product and Software: This article applies to all RFprotect versions.


1. Stop the RFprotect Engine service.

2. Rename or delete the existing rfprotectdata.fdb file.

3. Open the RFprotect Engine Manager.

4. Start > Programs > Network Chemistry (or Aruba Networks) > RFprotect Server > RFprotect Engine Manager.

5. Click Next.

6. Select "Restore a database backup" and click Next.

7. Fill in the appropriate information for the source and destination files and click Next.

It is recommended that you keep the default location of c:\Program Files\Network Chemistry (or Aruba Networks)\RFprotect Server\RFPROTECTDATA.fdb for the destination of the newly created database.

You should see many restore messages finishing with "gbak: finishing, closing, and going home".

8. Click Finish.

9. Restart the RFprotect Engine service.

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