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How can I delete custom application script in NSL 7 ?


I have an NSL 7 SP3 HF 2 deployment in native AD mode. The NSL
application definitions are defined at a global level applied to the
'users' OU. However, I have also created a modified local copy of this
script for approx 100 users (it has extra debug lines in it etc.) and
now wish to remove this custom script from those users.

Previously in NSL 351 I could just delete the application definition
from the user and it would reset it back to inherit the default from the
parent OU.

When I try this in NSL7 it does remove the application definition, but
also wipes out all the user's stored credentials ! It definately didn't
do that on NSL 351 !

So how can I remove the custom application script from a user, but keep
their existing credentials intact ?


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Re: How can I delete custom application script in NSL 7 ?

That sounds more like an issue with the code. Have you tried using the
older version to remove the script. That should work and would validate
that the issue is only with SP3HF2

Dave

On 10/04/2013 10:44, clovercne wrote:
>
> I have an NSL 7 SP3 HF 2 deployment in native AD mode. The NSL
> application definitions are defined at a global level applied to the
> 'users' OU. However, I have also created a modified local copy of this
> script for approx 100 users (it has extra debug lines in it etc.) and
> now wish to remove this custom script from those users.
>
> Previously in NSL 351 I could just delete the application definition
> from the user and it would reset it back to inherit the default from the
> parent OU.
>
> When I try this in NSL7 it does remove the application definition, but
> also wipes out all the user's stored credentials ! It definately didn't
> do that on NSL 351 !
>
> So how can I remove the custom application script from a user, but keep
> their existing credentials intact ?
>
>

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