Using the Forefront Management Shell to enter Windows PowerShell commands, you can export your Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint configuration to an .xml file that you can then use to:

Caution:
When importing configuration settings from one server to another, all of the settings on the target computer will be overwritten. It is recommended that you only export and import configuration settings onto computers with similar role configurations.
Note:
This topic describes simple import and export procedures. If you are backing up and restoring Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint data to aid in a disaster recovery situation, see Backing up and restoring the product.
To export your configuration settings
  1. Create a new folder for your settings (for example: C:\ConfigSettings).

  2. Export your configuration settings to an .xml file in that folder By following these steps:

    1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Forefront Server Protection, and then click Forefront Management Shell.

    2. Enter the following WindowsPowerShell command, using the -path parameter to identify the name of the .xml file to be created and the folder into which it should be placed:

      Export-FsspSettings -path c:\ConfigSettings\Export.xml

      The configuration file is exported to the .xml file.

  3. If you have set any extended options, they must be exported separately, since they are not included in the previous command. To export all extended options to a text file called Extended.txt, type the following Windows PowerShell command (the "*" value of the -name parameter causes all extended options to be exported):

    Get-FsspExtendedOption -name * >> c:\ConfigSettings\Extended.txt

To import your configuration settings
  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Forefront Server Protection, and then click Forefront Management Shell.

  2. Enter the following Windows PowerShell command:

    Import-FsspSettings -path c:\ConfigSettings\Export.txt

    The configuration file is imported.

  3. Enter the following Windows PowerShell command:

    Get-FsspExtendedOption -name *

    All of your current extended options are listed along with their values.

  4. Compare your current extended options to the options you previously exported to the Extended.txt file.

  5. If you want to modify any of your current extended options, enter the following Windows PowerShell command:

    Set-FsspExtendedOption -name name -Value value

    Where name is the parameter name and value is the new parameter value. You must enter each extended option separately.

  6. If you want to recreate extended options that do not exist on your current system, enter the following Windows PowerShell command:

    New-FsspExtendedOption -name name -Value value

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