Saving and Restoring Program Settings

You can save a copy of the Security Server database and important configuration files for rolling back the Security Server. You may want to do this if you are experiencing problems and want to reinstall the Security Server or if you want to revert to a previous configuration.

  1. Stop the Trend Micro Security Server Master Service.
  2. Manually copy the following files and folders from the folder to an alternate location:

    Do not use backup tools or applications for this task.

    C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\Security Server\PCCSRV

    • ofcscan.ini: Contains global settings.

    • ous.ini: Contains the update source table for antivirus component deployment.

    • Private folder: Contains firewall and update source settings.

    • Web\TmOPP folder: Contains Outbreak Defense settings.

    • Pccnt\Common\OfcPfw.dat: Contains firewall settings.

    • Download\OfcPfw.dat: Contains firewall deployment settings.

    • Log folder: Contains system events and the verify connection log.

    • Virus folder: The folder in which WFBS quarantines infected files.

    • HTTDB folder: Contains the WFBS database.

  3. Uninstall the Security Server. See Uninstalling the Security Server.
  4. Perform a fresh install. See the WFBS Installation and Upgrade Guide.
  5. After the master installer finishes, stop the Trend Micro Security Server Master Service on the target computer.
  6. Update the virus pattern version from the backup file:
    1. Get current virus pattern version from the new server.

      \Trend Micro\Security Server\PCCSRV\Private\component.ini. [6101]

      ComponentName=Virus pattern

      Version=xxxxxx 0 0

    2. Update the version of the virus pattern in the backed-up file:


      Note: If you change the Security Server installation path, you will have to update the path info in the backup files ofcscan.ini and \private\ofcserver.ini
  7. With the backups you created, overwrite the WFBS database and the relevant files and folders on the target machine in the PCCSRV folder.
  8. Restart the Trend Micro Security Server Master Service.