How To Obtain a Wavelink WLTNA File?
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Can the Host and Emulation Parameters Be Saved and Transferred to another PC when Running Wavelink Emulation Software? How can I backup my Wavelink configuration? How to create a Wavelink WLTNA file? How can I export a Wavelink WLTNA File?
Wavelink supports an option called Import/Export that will allow the user to export their current Host and Emulation Parameters to a file which can then be saved to the current PC for back-up purposes, or it can be copied off and restored (Import function) to another PC running the same emulation software version.
version of the Wavelink Product Config Utility:
- Launch the Wavelink Product Configuration Utility on your PC
- Click on Import/Export
- If Importing a previously exported WLTNA file select the option to "Import (load) emulation settings saved in a file" then click OK
- Select the WLTNA file you want to import and then click Open
- Once the settings have been restored a message will appear that confirms the successful import of the WLTNA file
- If Exporting a new WLTNA file select the option to "Export (save) all the current settings to a file" then click OK
- Select the location that you want to save the new WLTNA file and then enter a name for the new file
- If you are working on an open issue with the Zebra Enterprise Support Center it would be best to name the file with your current open case number (i.e. "Case#####")
- Click OK and the new file will be created with the file name you provided along with the extension WLTNA
- Once the settings have been saved a message will appear that confirms the successful export of the new WLTNA file
- Start the local agent.
- Go to Software Collections and right click on the emulation package.
- Select Configure Package > Import/Export Settings.
- Select Export and then browse to the directory where you would like to save the file. Name the file with a name of your choice and a file extension of .wltna.
- The saved file can then be copied and Imported by another PC running a 5.1.1-xx emulation package, or restored to the same PC when needed.