To help with record-keeping and troubleshooting, you can generate a report about the Dynamic File Services configuration on the server. The Configuration Dump utility (DswDump.exe command) collects information about the settings for the Service, pairs, policies, schedules, and logs on a server, and dumps the information to a file called Config.txt in the C:\Program Files\Dynamic File Services folder (or the folder where you installed DynamicFS). The command can be run at any time, whether the Service is running or not running.
Log in to the DynamicFS server as the Administrator user, or as a user in the Dynamic File Services group.
Open a command prompt console. Select> > , then click .
Use the Change Directory (cd) command to go to the C:\Program Files\Dynamic File Services folder (or the folder where you installed Dynamic File Services).
At the command prompt, enter
The results are written to the Config.txt file in the C:\Program Files\Dynamic File Services folder (or the folder where you installed Dynamic File Services).
The following progress messages are output to the screen:
... starting ... output file = Config.txt ... Configuration Information ... Active Directory Information ... Files Information ... Pairs Information ... Policies Information ... Schedules Information ... Cloud Information ... Audit Information ... Microsoft Event Logger ... Log Files ... flushing output file ... perform cleanup ... finished
View the Config.txt report in a text editor such as Notepad.