Custom File Types Profiles
NXPowerLite is configured with a default profile of 'All File Types' meaning it will try to process all file types that it currently supports. This can be changed either when you are adding a folder, or later by selecting the folder and clicking the 'Edit...' button. See Configuring folders (Adding, removing & setting rules) for more information.
Supported File Types
NXPowerLite can optimize the following types of files with the following extensions:
- Microsoft PowerPoint 97-2003 binary format (.ppt, .pot, .pps)
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and later Open XML format (.pptx, .pptm, .potx, .potm, .ppsx, .ppsm)
- Microsoft Word 97-2003 binary format (.doc, .dot)
- Microsoft Word 2007 and later Open XML format (.docx, .docm, .dotx, .dotm)
- Microsoft Excel 97-2003 binary format (.xls, .xlt)
- Microsoft Excel 2007 and later Open XML format (.xlsx, .xlsm, .xltx, .xltm)
- Microsoft Office 2016
- PDF & PDF/A Documents (.pdf)
- JPEG images (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, .jfif, .jif, .jfi)
- TIFF files (.tiff, .tif)
To enable or disable individual file types expand the tree view and check or un-check the corresponding check-boxes.
By default, files with the "read-only" attribute are not processed by NXPowerLite. These files can be included by checking the "Include read-only files" checkbox.
By default NXPowerLite optimizes any of the selected file types that it finds inside Zip archives. This behavior can be altered by using the check-box control.
Please note: NXPowerLite cannot optimize any file or Zip archive that is encrypted or password protected
Exclude files that have been modified in the last:
Typically, servers contain some files that users will access and edit regularly, and other files that are not actively in use but may be consulted for reference purposes. To reflect this, NXPowerLite can apply different settings depending on the length of time since the file was last modified (or accessed). Our default value of 1 month means that files that have been modified in the last month will NOT get processed.
Each profile has to be given a unique name, although you can use the same profile name for another type of profile i.e. Settings profile or Schedule profile. We suggest using a descriptive name to help explain what it does or a specific area to which it should be applied. For example, you may want to call a particular profile 'All file types except PDF' or 'Marketing area'.