Kind of in a time crunch.  We're deploying using User State Migration, and would like to add a couple simple copies to be included in each User State pulled.  As you may see, we're a Lotus Notes shop.  The files would then need to be copied back to c:\data, c:\lotus\notes\data to that user's new  machine.  In other words, we need to edit the user state migration to include the following to their user state:  thanks in advance..

xcopy c:\data\*.*

copy C:\lotus\notes\data\names.nsf

copy c:\lotus\notes\data\desktop.*

etc...

 

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If you really need to configure things quickly, try http://www.wintools.com.au/download_builder.php

I would trust that more than my very quick effort, but that said, from the reference http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd560786(v=ws.10) the XML for what you want should be:

<component type="Documents" context="System">

  <displayName>Migrate data files from C</displayName>

<role role="Data">
    <rules>
         <include>
            <objectSet>
                 <pattern type="File"> C:\data\* [*]</pattern>
            </objectSet>
          </include>
    </rules>
  </role>
</component>

<component type="Documents" context="System">

  <displayName>Migrate names</displayName>

  <role role="Data">
    <rules>
      <include>
        <objectSet>
          <pattern type="File"> C:\lotus\notes\data\names.nsf</pattern>
        </objectSet>
      </include>
    </rules>
  </role>
</component>

<component type="Documents" context="System">

<displayName>Migrate desktop data files from lotus notes</displayName>

  <role role="Data">
    <rules>
      <include>
        <objectSet>
          <pattern type="File"> C:\lotus\notes\data\* [desktop.*]</pattern>
        </objectSet>
      </include>
    </rules>
  </role>
</component>

 

 

Answered 06/12/2012 by: philologist
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