When you do a standard installation of Revive Adserver, the installation procedure will result in a situation where the banner images will be stored in a folder that’s deep down in the Revive Adserver folder tree. This makes it hard to perform future updates and/or effective backups. Luckily, it’s rather simple to move the banner storage folder.
This article starts with the assumption that you have installed your Revive Adserver system in a folder under your website root, let’s say it’s in www.example.com/adserver/. This means the images will be found in www.example.com/adserver/www/images/. The objective is to move the image storage location and banner delivery URL to www.example.com/adserver_images.
You may have decided to install your Revive Adserver system using a sub domain, for example adserver.example.com. If that’s the case, you probably have a good understanding of server organization and will be able follow this article, altering your specific choices based on your initial installation.