Ciscoworks homepage link registration

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  1. gselser

    gselser Guest

    We are running Ciscoworks on a server that had its name changed. After
    the name change we could not work with the ciscowork web page because
    it was using the name of the old server. To get to any of the
    applications like campus manager we had to adjust the address of the
    page to the name of the new server. I found under common services that
    we could re-register the different applications with the new server
    name. Once we did that we could then open the web page and access the
    various links to campus manager, RME and ciscoview. But when I went to
    re-register common services, it would give me the error "Common
    services template cannot be registered for this host" after I tried to
    change it.
    Any idea what I may be missing here?
    Thanks
    Glenn
    gselser, Sep 1, 2006
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