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Change config script using /t in filename

Updated February 8, 2017

Overview

You are trying to use a path to an tftp ://xx.xx.xx.xx/txxxx.txt with the file name beginning with a T.

Environment

NCM 7.5

Cause 

The /t in the config change script is interpreted as a tab key and the file name ends up as spacexxxx in place of txxx.

Resolution

You can work around the issue by selecting the 'Preserve white space' option at the top of the config change template. This prevents the /t being changed to a tab.

 

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