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Command tool for kregedit..

 
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Hi,
Does anyone of you know of a command tool which effectively does what kregedit does?
Thanks.
 
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Naveen I dont think iPlanet App server has any command line tool to edit the registry entries. If you want you can directly edit the <ias-install>/ias/registry/reg.dat file (on Solaris).
Please be careful while editing the reg.dat file manually... which is dicourages
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[This message has been edited by sridhar satuloori (edited November 28, 2001).]
 
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for NT, you can also use regedit (NT registry editor)
 
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Originally posted by sridhar satuloori:
If you want you can directly edit the <ias-install>/ias/registry/reg.dat file (on Solaris


Yes.. that is true.. but part of the registry information resides on the LDAP servers. Instead of modifying at multiple places I was wondering if there is a tool, atleast a third party tool, which does the required modifications to LDAP or the registry files transparent to the user.
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