The first time you start Reflection X Advantage (either X Manager or X Manager for Domains), local settings from legacy Reflection X versions are migrated automatically and saved to a Reflection X Advantage definition file Definition files (*.rxd) contain Reflection X Advantage configuration information in XML format. This file format is used to export and import settings to and from Reflection X Advantage. . On this first start-up, the dialog box opens and includes an option to import your migrated settings. This option is selected by default. Click to add these settings to Reflection X Advantage. Your existing Reflection X settings are not changed.
To launch an X client or XDMCP connection, double-click the client name. Or, select a client, then click the start button:
You prior version server settings are migrated to a session definition named "config," which is configured to start automatically when you start X Manager. If you created any additional X Server instances, these settings are migrated using the name you provided.
See Feature Guide for Upgrading from Legacy Reflection X for help finding features in Reflection X Advantage.
Thedialog box displays only once, but it is possible to import settings later if you do not import them on initial startup.
You can also migrate settings manually using the rxmigrate command line utility. This is useful if you have configured settings in a shared network location; these settings are not migrated automatically.