CA Arvserve back version 12.5

I installed the backup software an a server running theserver 2003 operating system. I need to rename the server and is wondering what is the best way to do this because I notice that  when I open the manager console of the backup software it has the same name of the physcial server.

so, if i rename the physcial serer, will this break the backup config?
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Roshan MohammedCloud Engineering OfficerCommented:
The backup config will not break. how many backup jobs and tape libraries do you have connected to the system.

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Neal_876Author Commented:
I renamed the server but the CA Back manager will no longer open.... it is looking for the old name of the server.
Roshan MohammedCloud Engineering OfficerCommented:
re-run the server configuration manager. di du backup your backup jobs? before renaming the server?
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