FSRM Import-Export and Configuration File Integrity
Updated: January 27, 2011
Applies To: Windows Server 2008
File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) includes command-line tools (Dirquota.exe, Filescrn.exe) that you can use for copying quota and file screen template settings from one computer to another. These command-line tools create import-export files in XML format. If one of these files becomes corrupted, File Server Resource Manager cannot import the file.
Also, File Server Resource Manager stores several configuration files in the System Volume Information folder of each volume that it manages. If any of those configuration files becomes corrupted, File Server Resource Manager will not be able to function properly.
|A File Server Resource Manager configuration file or import-export file is corrupted. If the corrupt file is a configuration file, it is required that the system or volume be restored from backup. If the file is an import-export file, export the items again and retry the operation without editing the file contents. %1|