In the 'configuration object dictionary' you can do this.
nice easy one for you ... Thanks Bill.
I think this kind of answers the other thread I started around doing an audit on /etc/resolv.conf.
I was broswing to /etc/resolv.conf through "live browse" -> "file system" ... where as I needed to go through "configuration" as otherwise it doesn't know about the contents of the file.
I'll update the other thread.
Well, it depends. If you package up the file via the 'file system' tree, you will just copy out the file. If you want to change individual entries in the file you need to use the 'configuration' view of the file.
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If you want to audit specific entries, you need to define it as a config file and audit that way. If you just care about the complete contents, then use the file system view and check the md5checksum of files.