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CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

I just start working on a CCX 4 box, and notice that all production scripts are stored on the desktop. Is there a setting to point it back to the default script repository. Currently, any upload script in appadmin page is stored on the desktop which is more vulnerable to get deleted. I am trying to check if there is any setting to change it back to the default directory, but am having no luck.

Thanks.

Dat Pham

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CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

Can you click on an application, screenshot the web page, then post it here for review?

Anthony Holloway

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CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

Anthony,

Here is the screen shot of the Script Management.

I notice that on the script upload, it will create a new entry in the script management page and file location stays the same.

Thanks.

Dat Pham

CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

I was looking forward to seeing the application screenshot.  Can you do that one?

Anthony Holloway

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CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

Here are some screen shot from Application

Thanks.

Dat Pham

CCX 4.0 Script Repository Setting

Double check that the script ABR5100Main070312.aef is in fact in the Script Managment page.  And once you confirm that it is there... go back to the application called ABR5100TEST and click the Edit button next to the Script name.

In the dialog box that opens, try to type in SCRIPT[ABR5100Main070312.aef] and click ok.  What does it do?

Anthony Holloway

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