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Preventing HP OpenView from Changing User-Defined Symbol Names During a Map Refresh

Posted on 2006-06-29
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There was a registry entry to prevent HP OpenView Network Node Manager from changing symbol names once a user had set them.  I have used in HPOV NNM version 6.x and I suspect (hope) it will work in version 7.x also.  Any ideas of where to find it??
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by:grsteed
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Have you checked here

hkey_local_machine\software\hewlett_packard\openview\network node manager\Ovw

Cheers,

Gary
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by:jmoney68
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We have decided to go with Whats Up Professional instead of OpenView, so this is no longer an issue.

Thanks for your responses
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by:redseatechnologies
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In that case, I change my recommendation to

PAQ: Refund
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