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After using VCU Home directory is incorrect

I used VCU to convert Traditional Volumes to NSS Volumes on a NW6.5SP5
server. The SYS volume completed without and issues. I then did one of the
data volumes. After completing the file copy, I said yes to renaming the
volumes. The server hung and I ended up having to restart it. I had
renamed the Data volume to Data_old, but it did not rename the Data_new
volume to Data. I used NSSMU to rename the Data_new volume to Data.
Everything seems to work fine after restarting the server, except the user
home directories are still pointing to the Data_old volume. Is there an
easy way to correct this, or do I need to go into each users properties and
change the home directory back to Data?

Thank you,
Kathy


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After using VCU Home directory is incorrect

Here is a free tool to fix those issue.
http://www.hbware.com/content/view/17/12/

> I used VCU to convert Traditional Volumes to NSS Volumes on a NW6.5SP5
> server. The SYS volume completed without and issues. I then did one of the
> data volumes. After completing the file copy, I said yes to renaming the
> volumes. The server hung and I ended up having to restart it. I had
> renamed the Data volume to Data_old, but it did not rename the Data_new
> volume to Data. I used NSSMU to rename the Data_new volume to Data.
> Everything seems to work fine after restarting the server, except the user
> home directories are still pointing to the Data_old volume. Is there an
> easy way to correct this, or do I need to go into each users properties and
> change the home directory back to Data?
>
> Thank you,
> Kathy
>
>


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