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Whilst not a move operation, you can use a qcommand to re-create most of the settings. It does have some limitations though, for instance you cannot specify more than one VSA Proxy.
I don't believe the author in this instance is wanting to look through cvfwd. When you right click on an a job and view logs for the job id from the CommCell Console Job Controller, the application will concatenate all the log files into a 10000 line textbox. If the returned content is several 10's of thousand the view log by jobid feature then you
From what I can see the CommServe cvfwd logs are being populated with client guid entries that don't relate to the job, and given that in his instance there are 10's of thousands of cvfwd entries returned - it is cumbersome to review from the view logs feature.
It is not clear from your post what permissions your My Data users have.
Do the Users have Browse, In or Out of Place recover permissions for SharePoint, see the My Data Permissions http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=8407.htm#o8488
Do the User's have the permission Reports ...
Many of the log files include the PID, Thread ID, Time Stamp and CV Job ID. The Commvault Firewall Daemon does not record the Job ID, so what you are seeing is all the cvfwd connections made during a single job.
Perhaps as an alternative, if you are troubleshooting a job run on a Windows Client - then GxTail is an excellent tool if you have ...