On Windows: The csm.ini file resides in the c:\Users\<username> or c:\Documents and Settings\<username> directory
On UNIX/MAC: The .csmrc file resides in the user home directory (i.e. cd ~)
NOTE: CSM v2.0 (Java client application) is an End-of-Life product. There is no planned development. Customers are advised to migrate to CSM Server v3.4. CSM Server is a web application with centralized user authentication and database which provides end-to-end software management for IOS-XR devices. CSM v3.4 can be downloaded at
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