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How to move access id for a server from one access group to another?

symacl -sid 1234 -file move_hostaccid_to_another_acc_group.txt commit
move_hostaccid_to_another_acc_group.txt
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move
accid name Server001 to accgroup MY_ANOTHER_ACC_GROUP;


Move host access id of Server001 to another group MY_ANOTHER_ACC_GROUP in symmetrix array 1234.
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    add_hostaccid_to_acc_group.txt
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    grand_access_permission.txt
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