There's no way to do this automatically, but you can export the UT data to both CSV and XML. Once you have the data in such a malleable form, you could script a Netconfig job to configure the switches.
For example, you can use the "ut -cli" command to export the User Tracking data into CSV format. Parse that file to get the hostname, switch port, and switch, then use "cwcli netconfig" to deploy the commands to your switches. You can build a user-defined XML task file dynamically that holds the necessary commands. Of course, figuring out the switch type (CatOS, IOS, etc.) will be the tricky part.
If you just have IOS and CatOS switches, you can key off of the sysObjectID provided by "dcrcli exp ft=csv". sysObjectIDs that start with 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11 are CatOS devices where as those that start with 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124 are IOS. Once you have the OS type, you can get the MDF ID from the same dcrcli export to use in your Netconfig task file.
I already arrived at the parse section, I have a file with hostname, switch port & switch. Can you be more specific about the "user-defined xml task" perhaps a small example ? Do I have to write xml myself ?
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