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We are looking for a way to export the PDF's generated to a network drive, therefore bypassing the traditional email export method (we restrict the size of email attachments as policy).
I understand presentation reports are stored in C:\Program Files (x86)\Websense\Web Security\ReportingOutput. Is there any way of redirecting the reports to another location?
Wallace Montgomery, LLP
Thanks for the post. But unfortunately we can not change the default route folder of the presentation report. If there is a restriction on the size of email attachments in your company, we suggest that you shorten the time duration of your scheduled reports so that your mail server can handle the size of the attached reporting files.
That is just crazy. A program this already big and bulky cannot redirect report locations. Only work within email. So you either have to generate many more reports than you want BUT still in the end dealing with the same size limit for a Mailbox (not to mention attachment limit) so back to square one other than making it a daily routine to constantly move reports from email. Just crazy - even a lot lesser programs have redirect. Need to catch up.
While it is true we can't change the location, how about using a third party program to monitor the folder and move it when a pdf file is generated to the network drive location? Robocopy, for example.
JACOB SLOAN, CCNA, WCSE
Already on that end of it - searching for third party or dev inhouse batch to run nightly.
Just SHOCKED - SHOCKED no forwarding or redirect for this supposed level of product. To leave it to email knowing the limits the corporate world puts on email and how it is handled a very weak area for Websense.