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Yesterday In my home computer I created a devhub account. Using the account i created a scratch org called MgmtScratch. I did all my work in that scratch org. I then went to my office and executed sfdx force:auth:web:login to connect my devhub account. I connected it successfully and executed sfdx force:org:list --all but could not see my scratch org(MgmtScratch).

Edit: I can see the scratch org in my devhub(browser) but I cannot see on terminal. enter image description here

Can any one help me on this??

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    How long was it between these? I assume information on scratch orgs is maintained in the dev hub, but scratch orgs are called such because they're thrown away after some period of time. – Matt Lacey Jan 17 '18 at 4:14
  • 1 day, I can see my active scratch org in devhub(browser) but not on terminal. I even executed the command sfdx force:org:open -u MgmtScratch but got an error. ERROR: No org configuration found for name MgmtScratch . – user51525 Jan 17 '18 at 4:18
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It looks like you will not be able to see your scratch org in different system.

To see the scratch org on terminal of a different system you need to have json file related to your scratch org.

This json file in windows is present in the location c:/users/username/.sfdx. The .sfdx folder which is a hidden folder by default have all the scratch org configuration.

So, you will have to send a copy of json file and send to your work mail.

To identify the org, just open your devhub account and look at the id of it. You will have a json file in .sfdx folder with name as the id. This json file contains accessToken, refreshToken e.t.c so creating your custom json file in .sfdx folder will be futile.

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