Re: LMS 2.5.1 - any impact on changing Domain name
It's similar. The domain name is stored in the md.properties in the PX_FQDN property as well as in the registry on Windows and the CSCOmd pkgparam file on Solaris. Additionally, if you've generated a certificate with a fully-qualified domain name, or if you've modified any other properties to include the domain name, you will need to correct that as well.
It's probably a good idea to walk through the hostname change procedure just to make sure you haven't missed anything.
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