commvault -csname for windows client

  • 19 April 2021
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I want to find the equivalent command as "commvault -csname" that was use on Unix client to get the hostname of the commserve used. Does the same command for Windows exists ? It is for use with ansible. 

Some client are not installed correctly the commserve Hostname stay at @@commserve@@. we Want the check on the client the name. If the name is @@commserve@@ then we Will reinstall automatically. 

Thanks !


Best answer by Gseibak 19 April 2021, 15:44

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that command is not in windows but you could query the registry to see what the sCSCLIENTNAME key is using.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CommVault Systems\Galaxy\Instance001\CommServe

it appears the client is unable to register itself with the CS and once it registers that key will get updated on the client.