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omnicc -import_host should have a fallback for legacy clients

omnicc -import_host should have a fallback for legacy clients

Brief description:

The procedure to import a legacy client into a Data Protector 10.x cell usually involves two steps). It can't be done purely in the GUI.

omnicc -secure_comm -configure_exception legacyClient
omnicc -import_host legacyClient

We have found that this can be done using a single command, even if the client is running Windows, Linux or HP-UX. This will setup the exception and import the client in one step.

omnicc -import_openvms_host legacyClient

This Idea is to improve the import process (omnicc -import_host and in GUI) by adding the "OpenVMS import mechanism" as a failback method if the remove client does not support Secure Peering (9.x clients and older, OpenVMS clients).

As a result we can deprecate many redundant switches from omnicc command to reduce overall confusion.

Benefit:

1. Provide better user experience working in environments where current and legacy clients exist.

2. Reduce the number of commands the user has to run to import a client into the Data Protector cell.

3. Remove no longer required omnicc -secure_comm commands that are basically redundant.

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