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BTO software applications join domain with same hostname

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We installed and configured the following HP software:

1.       BSM 9.20 ( Distributed environment on 3 servers)
2.       Sitescope
3.       BPM Probe
4.       RUM Engine
5.       RUM Probe
6.       Executive Scorecard
7.       Diagnostics
8.       Diagnostics Collector
9.       DDMa
10.    SHR
11.    SHO

All of these servers are already production and did not join the domain yet. The security team want to them to join the domain. All hostnames will not change because they will take the same name if they joined the domain. What is the impact of doing that? For each product is it possible to do that?

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I dont see any issue with ucmdb and DDMA.

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Re: BTO software applications join domain with same hostname

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Is there change in the hostname interms of FQDN ?

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the hostname will not change. All hostnames will not change, their FQDN will remain the same.

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I dont see any issue with ucmdb and DDMA.

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