The Internet-ID settings (including the server details) are located on each Host machine. It is possible to update them without actually re-installing the Host. However, this will need to be done one-by-one for each Host (e.g. using the remote settings).
Alternatively, you can use the re-installation method - you don't necessarily have to have GPO environment for that. You can use the Remote Install tool and update the Host using that tool. Here is the process:
1. Build your custom Host installer ("Standard" option, i.e. an .msi file) with which to update your remote Hosts. Make sure that you specify your server details during configuration. To avoid changing your existing internet-ID codes your configuration window in Step 3 should look like this:
2. Use the Remote Install tool to "push" the Host update file to your existing Hosts and replace them. You must have connectivity with your remote Hosts. Your Remote Install window should look like this:
In the "Specify Host msi package" specify the path to your newly configured msi package. Then click "Process action".
Note, that you can also select multiple Hosts to be updated. However, I highly recommend that you first try this procedure with one non-critical Host to make sure that you use correct settings. Even after that I suggest you only update your Hosts in small groups, preferably no more than 10 hosts in a group.
3. Update your Viewer connection properties accordingly for each Host. You'll need to change the Internet-ID server details from "default" to your server details. Again, you can multiple-select connections in your address book and update server details for all of them.
I know this post is almost 4 years old, but it works fine on Wine. Using Debian 9. Make sure you are using the correct wine package. The one on the default apt repositories is years old. Use proper instructions from https://wiki.winehq.org/Download
If so, I apologize for deleting it. Indeed this is a benign message and was deleted by mistake.
The "All connections" item is a special "smart" folder which lists connections that are located elsewhere (in one of your address books) in one list for convenience. If you want to copy some connections to a new destination folder/book you must be dragging them from their original location and not from the All Connections list.
Actually, we already have a similar functionality on our wishlist but that requires some time to develop and careful thought and planning, because our paradigm isn't based around a web account (like many SaaS tools are). However, this suggestion might be possible to implement for scenarios that involve using the RU Server.