Re: DP 6.1 adding windows 2008 client error.... (591 Views)
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Dave Cast
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Registered: ‎02-22-2008
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DP 6.1 adding windows 2008 client error....

I'm runn DP 6.1 under HPUX 11.31 - and am trying to add a windows 2008 client when I received the error :

 

[Normal]  Starting installation session on December 7, 2011 2:39:53 PM...

[Normal]  Getting list of clients for installation...

[Normal]  Done.

[Normal]  Expanding and checking clients to be installed...

[Normal]  Data Protector is already installed on the remote computer, updating it...

[Normal]  Connecting to client server1.asdf.edu...

[Critical]  [110:1027] Error connecting to client:
      [1311] There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.

[Normal]  Installation session finished on December 7, 2011 2:40:11 PM.


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                      Session finished.
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I've encountered this error before but don't remember what the problem was....anyone have any ideas?

 

 

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Jenni_S
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Re: DP 6.1 adding windows 2008 client error....

Hi
cheers,
jenni

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Jenni_S
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Re: DP 6.1 adding windows 2008 client error....

Hi Dave,

The easiest way to install win 2008 clients is to log onto the win2008 client locally and browse to <win_is>\omniback\x8664 and run a local install via the data protector .msi

cheers,
jenni
cheers,
jenni

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