You can in GUI download config, edit it locally, and then upload but you need to change the OSSV* settings yourself. In addtion you need to do a snapvault status on OSSV host and add that to VOLUMES parameter. Format is "host:<path>" for example VOLUMES=myhost:C\
I think in windows you have to leave off the ":" as we use this as a separator.
The parameter to ignore app errors is needed, because otherwise the SC job always puts out a failure, because it thinks the two 'Transfer Error' lines in the ossv output (as follows) indicates an error in the application quiesce.
[2013-06-24 04:56:12,170] DEBUG: [10.135.200.131:28002(188.8.131.52)] ossv snapvault status: "C:\Program Files\NetApp\snapvault"/bin/snapvault status -l SystemState finished with exit code: 0 stdout: Snapvault primary is ON
Source: HOFDBDC2002:SystemState Destination: p2psd014:/vol/hofdbx_mgmt_svault/HOFDBDC2002_SystemState Status: Transferring State: Source Lag: 24:01:04 Mirror Timestamp: - Base Snapshot: - Current Transfer Type: - Contents: - Last Transfer Type: - Last Transfer From: - Bytes transferred so far: 0 KB Transfer Time Elapsed: 00:00:01 Current Transfer Throttle: Unthrottled Total files to transfer: 13513 Total files transferred: 0 Current File Size: 0 Current File Progress: 0 Current File Name: Transfer Error ID: - Transfer Error Message: -