Save as Script

Use this dialog box to choose a name and path for the script file and the mode of execution.

Client

Enter or select the name of the client computer where the script will be created.

File Path

Enter the location where you want to save the script along with the file name and extension. For example, "C:\scripts\myscript.bat" on Windows and "/usr/scripts/myscript.sh" on Unix. The script will be saved as a .xml file and .bat/.sh file.

  • If .xml and .bat/.sh files with the same name already exist, they cannot be overwritten unless the bAllowSaveAsScriptFileOverWrite additional setting is used.

  • Do not use reserved device names (for example, LPT1) as the name of the file.
  • The file names are not case-sensitive.
  • Do not end the file name with a trailing space or a period. Although the underlying file system may support such names, the operating system does not support them.

Browse

Click this button to browse a location for the command line script.

Specify User Account to Run the Script

Specifies to use the given user account to save the operation as a script.

  • Use the Currently Logged in User Account

    Click to use the same user account used for logging into the CommCell Console.

    • User Name

      Type the user name that was used for logging into the CommCell Console.

    • Password

      Type the password for the user account used for logging into the CommCell Console.

    • Confirm Password

      Type to re-confirm the password.

  • Use a Different User Account

    Click to specify a different user account to save the operation as a script.

    • User Name

      Enter the different user name to be used for saving the operation as a script.

    • Password

      Enter the password for the user account to be used for saving the operation as a script.

  • Confirm Password

    Type to re-confirm the password.