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M-SHARP to OOMA NALCOMIS Transfer Procedures. Introduction to “M-SHARP to NALCOMIS” Transfer. The use of external transfer devices (e.g. thumb drives) has become more restrictive due to Operational Security (OPSEC). The “A:” drive is the only input option into OOMA

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introduction to m sharp to nalcomis transfer
Introduction to “M-SHARP to NALCOMIS” Transfer
  • The use of external transfer devices (e.g. thumb drives) has become more restrictive due to Operational Security (OPSEC).
  • The “A:” drive is the only inputoption into OOMA
    • This brief provides instructions on several methods used to perform the M-SHARP to OMMA transfer.
    • OOMA only allows for the transfer of one flight at a time from M-SHARP via the “SHARP/FIST” interface (“A:” drive).
    • At the end of every transfer, the user must delete the old files on the “A:” drive, in preparation for the next transfer. The “A:” drive must be empty before starting the next transfer.

Click here to read the MARADMIN 647/08

media transfer options
Media Transfer Options
  • There are four options available to transfer data from M-SHARP to OOMA,
    • Mapped Shared Folder
    • CD-RW
    • USB, External HD, or Network Drive
    • Floppy Drive

(Bolded options are highly recommended)

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Media Transfer Options
  • These Media Options are Normally Used When the Unit is Deployed(i.e. Deployable M-SHARP)
    • Floppy Drive
    • CD-RW
  • M-SHARP and NALCOMIS Do Not Coexist on the Same Network
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Media Transfer Options
  • These Media Options are Normally Used When the Unit is at Home Base(i.e. Global M-SHARP)
    • USB, External HD, or Network Drive
    • Mapped Shared Folder
  • M-SHARP and NALCOMIS Coexist on the Same Network
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Media Transfer Options

Click on the Desired Media Type Below, to Advance to that Media Type’s Procedures

Floppy Drive

CD-RW

USB, External HD,

or Network Drive

Mapped Shared

Folder

cd rw procedures

CD-RWProcedures

Select this option

if OOMA is on

the same network

as M-SHARP

Select this option

if OOMA is NOT on

the same network

as M-SHARP

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Log in using your‘USER NAME’ and‘PASSWORD’ assigned to you by S-3.

CLICK HERE

FOR THE MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES

FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

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1. Highlight appropriate flight.

2. Select the NALCOMIS Button to create the transfer disk

A document number will automatically be created, if not previously done.

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2. Select the .zip file

1. Ensure the NALCOMIS setting is correct (should read “OOMA FORMAT”).

The setting is configured on the Unit Edit page in Setup.

Contact your M-SHARP Admin or Support if permissions prevent updating this setting.

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FLOPPY DRIVE PROCEDURE

1. Select all files

2. Select extract

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FLOPPY DRIVE PROCEDURE

1. Ensure a formatted floppy disk is in the drive and Select A: drive

2. Select extract

3. After the extract has completed, exit WinZip.

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CD-RW PROCEDURE with M-SHARP & OOMA on the Same Network

  • This procedure allows OOMA to import the M-SHARP NALCOMIS files without the use of a Floppy Disk/Drive.
  • By default, OOMA is programmed to import only from the A: drive. This procedure will reconfigure the computer to look at a different drive letter when called to look for the A: drive. Specifically, your CD ROM drive, in this case.
  • In this slide it shows Drive D: being substituted for drive A:.
  • Drive D: can represent a CD/Flash/Network/Mapped Drive.

1. Click on the Windows START button, then select Run…

2. In the Open box type CMD, then click OK

3. At the end of the Command Prompt line type:

subst A: D:\

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USB , EXTERNAL HD, or NETWORK DRIVE PROCEDURE

  • This procedure allows OOMA to import the M-SHARP NALCOMIS files without the use of a Floppy Disk/Drive.
  • By default, OOMA is programmed to import only from the A: drive. This procedure will reconfigure the computer to look at a different drive letter when called to look for the A: drive.
  • USB Thumb Drive or External HD: your computer may assign “E…F…G”, etc. as the drive letter name. In step 3 below, you willsubstitute “A:”for the computer assigned drive letter, i.e. C:\Documents and Settings\reedrh>SUBST A: F:\
  • Network Drive: the preferred drive to utilize is the H:\ as every NMCI User has a personal folder on the server under the H:\.

1. Click on the Windows START button, then select Run…

2. In the Open box type CMD, then click OK

3. At the end of the Command Prompt line type:

subst A: H:\

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CD-RW PROCEDURE with M-SHARP & OOMA on Separate Networks

  • This procedure allows OOMA to import the M-SHARP NALCOMIS files without the use of a Floppy Disk/Drive.
  • By default, OOMA is programmed to import only from the A: drive. This procedure will reconfigure the computer to look at a different drive letter when called to look for the A: drive. Specifically, your CD ROM drive, in this case.
  • In this slide it shows Drive D: being substituted for drive A:.
  • Drive D: can represent a CD/Flash/Network/Mapped Drive.

1. Click on the Windows START button, then select Run…

Insert the CD-RW with the M-SHARP files in a computer that can access OOMA

2. In the Open box type CMD, then click OK

3. At the end of the Command Prompt line type:

subst A: D:\

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1. From ‘My Computer’ select ‘Tools’ then ‘Map Network Drive’.

MAPPED SHARED FOLDER PROCEDURE

2. When the ‘Map Network Drive’ window appears on the drive selection drop down list select ‘Drive A:’

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MAPPED SHARED FOLDER PROCEDURE

1. Next click on the Browse button and the browse window should appear.

2. In the browse window navigate to the shared drive folder you will use for your M-SHARP files that will appear as your Drive A:

Creating a folder that will be used only for your M-SHARP files is recommended.

Note that once you assign this it will remain with this logon on that workstation.

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1. Select all files

2. Select extract

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MAPPED SHARED FOLDER PROCEDURE

1. Ensure target drive does not have any other flight documents present

2. Select the target drive

3. Select extract

4. After the extract has completed, exit WinZip.

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CD-RW PROCEDURE with M-SHARP & OOMA on the Same Network

1. Ensure target drive does not have any other flight documents present

2. Select the target drive

3. Select extract

4. After the extract has completed, exit WinZip.

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CD-RW PROCEDURE with M-SHARP & OOMA on Separate Networks

1. Ensure target drive does not have any other flight documents present

2. Select the target drive

3. Select extract

4. After the extract has completed, exit WinZip.

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USB , EXTERNAL HD, or NETWORK DRIVE PROCEDURE

1. Ensure target drive does not have any other flight documents present

2. Select the target drive

3. Select extract

4. After the extract has completed, exit WinZip.

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CD-RW PROCEDURE (Same Network or Separate Network)

Attention!

A CD-RW disk is required to make this process work properly.

1. Insert a new CD-RW in your CD drive. Then Right Click once on the CD drive and select Enable Drag-to-Disk.

2. When the Enable Drag-to-Disk window appears select ‘Yes’ .

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CD-RW PROCEDURE (Same Network or Separate Network)

1. Once ‘Enable Drag-to-Disk’ completes; right click on the CD drive in your ‘My Computer’ and select ‘Format’.

2. In the ‘Format Options Window’ Select ‘Full Format’ and click OK.

You will notice that The Drag-to-Disk icon will show up on your desk top when this option is activated.

The ‘Drag-to-Disk’ format window will now be visible and show the status of preparing the CD for use.

Once the CD is created it can be used many times, so label it! You WILL need to return to the computer it was created on, to delete the latest M-SHARP files, then reuse the disk as needed with out the burden of reformatting it.

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CD-RW PROCEDURE with M-SHARP & OOMA on Separate Networks

1. From ‘My Computer’ right click on the CD drive and select Eject.

2. The Drag-to-Disk eject options will open.

Ensure that the ’Leave the disk open’ and ‘Show eject options’ are both selected.

Then click Eject.

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Select Flight

and

Select Flight

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Attention!

It is possible, in some instances, this notice may not appear. Continue to the next step, if this notice does not appear.

Select OK

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Select barrel icon

“SHARP/FIST”

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Click on: Actions

Go to:

Modify…

Current Flight…

Select Any Current Flight Document

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1. Check the appropriate box:

REVIEWED once the record has been reviewed by Operations

M ADMIN once the flight record has been imported into NALCOMIS

2. Select Save

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OOMA

NALCOMIS ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES

For

NAVFLIR APPROVAL

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MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

Select Flight

and

Select Flight

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MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

Select Approval

and

Flight Document Approval

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MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

1. Select the appropriate document

2. Review each of the tabs

3. Select the “X” to approve the document selected or

Select “Approve All” to approve all outstanding documents

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MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

1. Ensure documents you wish to approve have a Green Check Mark on them.

2. Select Save

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MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT DOCUMENT APPROVAL

NOTE: Documents without an A/C or Msn Commander signature cannot be approved

Select OK

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FAQ

Q – Can we import multiple flights as we were able to do with legacy NALCOMIS?A – No, OOMA can only accept one flight document at a time.

Q – Can a flight document be corrected in M-SHARP and then re-imported into OOMA?A – No, corrections must be made separately in each of the systems, via manual entry; failure to do so will lead to Flight Hour discrepancies during reconciliation. Flight documents are restricted to single import based on validation of Document Number, Assigned Crew, and Aircraft usage.

Q – Do we need to have the Aircraft Commander sign the flight document after it has been imported to OOMA?A – No, provided “Cancel” was selected on the “Privilege Logon” box, the imported flight document from M-SHARP contains an electronic signature.

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Feel free to contact your

M-SHARP Support Representative

with any questions or comments.

Contact Information available at:

M-SHARP User Support Site

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R 182034ZNOV08

MARADMIN 647/08

MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC C4//

SUBJ/IMMEDIATE DISCONTINUED USE OF REMOVABLE FLASH MEDIA STORAGE/AND MEMORY DEVICES ON MARINE CORPS NETWORKS//

REF/A/MSGID:MCEN OPDIR 293-08/MCNOSC/-/-/NOTAL//

NARR/REF A IS THE MARINE CORPS NETWORK OPERATIONS AND SECURITY CENTER (MCNOSC) OPERATIONAL DIRECTIVE (OPDIR) 293-08.//

POC/JOSEPH UCHYTIL/MAJOR/UNIT:HQMC C4 IA/-/TEL:703 693-3490 /EMAIL:JOSEPH.UCHYTIL@USMC.MIL//

GENTEXT/REMARKS/

1.  THIS IS A COORDINATED MESSAGE BETWEEN THE C4 AND INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENTS AND IS IN CONJUNCTION WITH REF A.

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, USE OF ANY REMOVABLE FLASH MEDIA STORAGE DEVICE WHICH USES A UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (USB)

CONNECTION IS PROHIBITED ON THE MARINE CORPS ENTERPRISE NETWORK (MCEN), BOTH NIPRNET AND SIPRNET, AS WELL AS THE MARINE CORPS

SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (SCI) NETWORKS (JWICS AND NSANET).   

2.  PROHIBITED DEVICES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:  FLASH/THUMB DRIVES; MEMORY STICKS; CAMERA FLASH MEMORY CARDS; OR ANY PORTABLE

FIRMWARE BASED STORAGE DEVICE.  EXTERNAL HARD DISK DRIVES ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THIS PROHIBITION.

3.  THIS ACTION IS PREDICATED ON A CREDIBLE AND SUBSTANTIAL THREAT TO USMC NETWORKS. 

4.  WAIVERS.  NO WAIVERS OR EXCEPTIONS TO THIS MARADMIN ARE AUTHORIZED.

5. COMMANDS WILL ENSURE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS POLICY WITHOUT DELAY AND DISSEMINATE THROUGH THE WIDEST MEANS, INCLUDING POSTING ON

ORGANIZATIONAL BULLETIN BOARDS. 

6. CANCELLATION CONTINGENCY.  THIS MARADMIN WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL SUCH TIME AS A SUBSEQUENT MARADMIN AUTHORIZING THE CONTINUED

USE OF REMOVABLE FLASH MEDIA STORAGE DEVICES IS RELEASED.

7. RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY BGEN G. J. ALLEN, DIRECTOR, COMMAND,CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTERS.//

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