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TNG with SurviveIT 2000

TNG with SurviveIT 2000

TNG with SurviveIT 2000

(AKA Brightstor High availability option)

Having spent quite some time editing the failover tasks for a unicenter box, it has now come to light that I need to rename the 2 windows 2000 servers. Unfortunately it isnt possible to simply copy the task file to a new file on the renamed box because the files contain the actual names of the servers that the task was created for. This is not a huge problem since it only means setting up the tasks once more, however if I had several of these to deploy I could really do with a way of editing these files with the small amount of changes required to move them on to identical servers.
There is a utility called ASRtview.exe but this is a read only util. has any body come across a similar utility with read access. (ASRtedit ???)

p.s. the servername.task file does not appear to be of the usual CA plain text variety.

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