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Thank you for opening this enhancement request with IBM. I have reviewed it thoroughly with my team. Unfortunately we will need to decline the request due to the technical impact that it would have. The node name that is chosen during installation is used in multiple areas such as setting up the service that C:D runs under, in the DB, registry, statistics, and other areas. Trying to change these after installation has a potential to cause unnecessary defects so we can't justify making this change.
I did want to make sure that you are aware that the nodename can bet set by using the Custom installation option however. The default nodename is the hostname of the machine, but by chosing the custom option you can set it to whatever you would like. This should give you the opportunity to proactivly set the nodename to whatever you'd like it to be when the server is deployed.
Thank you for opening this request and I'm sorry that I couldn't accept it. Please don't hesitate to use the tool again in the future should you have other ideas that we could explore.
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