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how to rename a file in netware 4.11

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i want to rename the file netinfo.... how do i do this?

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NETINFO.CFG is a system file that is created when you use INETCFG to configure your server. If you configure your servers this way, changng teh name of this file is a BAD idea. Somebody would have to re-code the INETCFG interface to use a different file name.

Alternately, do not use INETCFG and store your network bind commands in an alternate file and simply call that file from AUTOEXEC.NCF. This will require manual configuration (which I prefer anyway) but should achieve your goal.

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yeah, you DON'T...

NETINFO.CFG holds your networking configuration information.  You nuke that file and your server won't know which network card to use, where it's at or what protocols to use or how they are configured.

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Thanks for the input,,, I have it worked out now..
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