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Location of NetInfo DB

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Where is the NetInfo database located in 10.3.x?

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As detailed here ..
Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server: How to Replace the NetInfo Database
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=107210

The file is called local.nidb and stored here .. /var/db/netinfo
There may be backups in this folder too

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