How to reset Mobility server's encryption to cleartext
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Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack
GMS Services fail to load after Server host name change.
Server's hostname was recently changed or reconfigured.
How to reconfigure Mobility server's hostname for proper encryption/decryption
- See TID 7015282 - How to install dsapp on a Mobility server.
Note: Once dsapp is installed, proceed with the steps below.
- From a terminal window, enter the following commands:
- dsapp --clear
- Follow the prompts by entering the desired passwords.
The clear switch deletes the lines containing encrypted password in the XML files, and then replaces them with cleartext.
The update.sh re-encrypts the clear text passwords and will output which config files
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- Document ID:7021022
- Creation Date:23-JUN-17
- Modified Date:08-MAR-18
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