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LMS 3.0.1 - Displaying full fqdn in emails?

Hi there,

Running LMS 3.0.1 on a windows 2003 server enterprise box. I've run into a problem where emails sent out from LMS for jobs do not display the full FQDN.

So in the body of the email, the links are all of the form:

https://hostname:443/rme...

instead of

https://hostname.domain:443/rme

Is there a setting within LMS 3.0.1 where I can address this?

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Cisco Employee

Re: LMS 3.0.1 - Displaying full fqdn in emails?

Please post your NMSROOT\lib\classpath\md.properties. If this information is too sensitive to post on an open forum, please open a TAC service request with the same information.

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Re: LMS 3.0.1 - Displaying full fqdn in emails?

Thanks, I've got a TAC case going to try and address this issue. They're recommending I try the changehostname.pl.

One thing I noticed when I took a look at the md.properties file was that the following two fields were the same. I would have thought that the PX_FQDN would have the hostname and domain name.

PX_HOST=

PX_FQDN=

Is this an issue that could have been resolved at installation if the primary DNS suffix for the Computer Name (My Computer > Properties > Computer Name > Change > More) had been set?

Cisco Employee

Re: LMS 3.0.1 - Displaying full fqdn in emails?

PX_FQDN should be the fully-qualified hostname of the server. If the server did not have a domain name when LMS was installed, then this value will be the same as PX_HOST. Setting PX_FQDN in this file alone is not sufficient. You would also need to adjust the same variable in the registry under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Cisco\Resource Manager\CurrentVersion\Environment. Using the changehostname.pl script is also a good solution provided md.properties is otherwise in tact.

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