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How to exit XSCF from Hypertimal on M4000

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Last time I connected to my M4000 via hyperterminal. I needed to use XSCF & did so by entering #. (<Shift>3 following by .). I  now need to get back to a console login. Can anybody tell me how I can change back?
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Type "console -d domain_id" (you have to enter the respective domain id) from XSCF

For e.g. XSCF> console -d 0
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Perfect! Thanks for your help
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