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Geolocation Maps for Offline Use

Created by: Justin Johns
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Question

How can I use the Geolocation functionality on a system without access to the internet (offline)?

 

Answer

 

Prerequisites:

  • Download the offline maps from here
  • Install the KFF and Geolocation

FTK/Lab/Enterprise:

  1. Extract the offline maps to a location that can be accessed from your FTK-based
    application
  2. Open your FTK-based application
  3. From the "Tools" menu, click "Preferences"
  4. Check the box "Use static map data"
  5. Browse to, and select, the "Offline Maps" folder you extracted in step 1
  6. Click "OK" in the Preferences dialog

eDiscovery/Summation:

  1. On the server running "AccessData MAP", extract the offline maps to the MAP installation folder (typically "[drive]:\Program Files\AccessData\MAP") such that the extracted maps are in "[path]\MAP\Offline Maps"
  2. Navigate to the MAP installation folder (typically "[drive]:\Program Files\AccessData\MAP")
  3. Open Web.config in a text editor
  4. Find the "OfflineGeoMapRelativePath" key
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  5. Change the "value" of that key to "\Offline Maps\"
    2017-05-12_11_02_55-mRemoteNG_-_confCons.xml_-_MSSQL_6.1.png
  6. Save your changes and recycle the AccessData services

 

Overview

This can be useful for systems that do not have access to the internet to avoid inherent "online" issues.

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