• Subject: Operations Navigator and New 4.4 Upgrade
  • From: "T. Jessica Miller" <tealem@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 13:38:42 -0700
  • Organization: WRQ, Inc.

Hi All,

I recently installed a new system at 4.4 and moved all my user data over
from the old system.  The new system has a different system name (Ajax) and
I have verified in DSPNETA that it is indeed correct, as is the local
control point name.  The problem is that when I right click on the system
name (Ajax) in Operations Navigator, then select Collection Services, Start
Collecting, I get an error back that 'Porky' is not a valid central system.
Now, I understand why I am getting this error and what to do to fix it, but
I don't know where the value of Porky (my old system name) is coming from.
Where can I look for this besides network attributes?

Thanks for any ideas!


T. Jessica Miller
WRQ Technical Engineer
WRQ Inc, Makers of Reflection and Express Software

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