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Message Posted: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 @ 14:06:57 GMT
Yes ... but only by editing your registry.
You will find 2 lists of names (and a lot of other entries)
Each is a comma separated list.
Simply remove any hosts that you no longer need from the DBCName list. Then remove the corresponding Users from the UserName list. (These are the UserNames you use when connecting to the remaining DBCNames - one for one correspondence.)
Or you could just reset both these fields to empty strings and let PMON add the ones you connect to back into the lists for you, as you logon to each system.
Although it will make no difference to the application you might want to clean up the registry by deleting the sub keys (that exist below the key above) for those hosts you no longer need.
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