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altivec

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Since we were in testing and made some mistake in the configuration the hostname wasn't the final one.

Problem now is that even if in "advance option" i change the hostname it won't work.
I know since 6.6.0 this have been a common issue.... so what do i do now ?

I don't feel like doing the damm configuration a second time.

So how can i access the winroute.cfg file from a VMware ESXi server....


Thanks!

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Elliott

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I tried accesing the linux appliance with winscp, wich i normally do with other appliances. I don't get access. I don't know if it's disabled, or that i simply don't use the right credentials. (used the Admin account within KWF)

Other option would be to mount the virtual disk (vdmk flatfile) in another computer. If you google on "vmdk explorer" you should be able to find something. Then you should have direct file access to the kwf vhd.
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moroni-p

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Attach the VM disk to a Linux VM, mount it(the system folder are in /dev/sdX4) and you can find winroute.cfg in /etc/winroute/winroute.cfg
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