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Need to know Repository Path to find Templates

Need to know Repository Path to find Templates

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I am trying to Open Site From Remote Template in NetObjects Fusion 11.  I believe I know every part of the form to fill in except the Repository Path.  
I looked it up in the NetObjects Fusion Manuel and found: Repository Path:  Enter the path where the site versions will be stored in the selected Publish Profile.  Note: The versioning repository contains sensitive information.  For security purposes, the repository path should not be accessible for browsing over the
Internet.
In order to transfer my Templates from an older computer, with an older version of NetObjects Fusion 9, using Windows XP - to a new computer with a new version of NetObjects Fusion 11, using Windows Vista ... I need the Repository Path spelled out for me.  Where do I find this?  Is this the path to where the template is stored on the old computer?
Your help is much appreciated.

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