dxw Contributor.
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IP address

We are changing from our netware 6.5 server to active directory. The problem I have is that a new DJCP server will be installed and therefore the ip addresses of the machines will change. I already have the agent deployed on each machine and have bundles assigned to the machines. Do I have to delete all of the workstations and run a new discovery or is there a way of changing the ip address in the zcm control centre for each machine?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: IP address

The IP addresses of the machines will update in the ZCC next time they
check-in to ZCM.

On 10/20/2014 7:46 AM, dxw wrote:
>
> We are changing from our netware 6.5 server to active directory. The
> problem I have is that a new DJCP server will be installed and therefore
> the ip addresses of the machines will change. I already have the agent
> deployed on each machine and have bundles assigned to the machines. Do I
> have to delete all of the workstations and run a new discovery or is
> there a way of changing the ip address in the zcm control centre for
> each machine?
>
>



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dxw Contributor.
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Re: IP address

Thank you for that - one less thing to worry about
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