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NSM new server migration help

Could anyone give me the best way to migrate NSM from one OES Netware box to
a new OES netware box. I have installed new hardware and don't know how to
go about migrating this application without losing all the policies and
such.

Thanks


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NSM new server migration help

http://www.storagemgr.com/nsm20/support/faqs/enginemove

matt wrote:
> Could anyone give me the best way to migrate NSM from one OES Netware box to
> a new OES netware box. I have installed new hardware and don't know how to
> go about migrating this application without losing all the policies and
> such.
>
> Thanks
>
>

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NSM new server migration help

Is there a way inside NSM to check on what the proxy users are. I did not
set this up but I assume the old admin used the default proxy user accounts.
Just want to make sure.


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NSM new server migration help

Ok,

I looked around and was able to find the proxy accounts for NSM. Looks like
the old Engineer actually used the defaults for once! Anyway very easy
install and migration will see how it does on new box once all the old files
are copied over.

Thanks for the link really helped. Wish novell's support page would list
NSM very hard to find!


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