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  1. #1
    johnmcdo NNTP User

    unable to map drives after Filr config

    - VMWare virtual environment
    - NSS volumes on SLES11 OES11 file server
    - Novell Client 2 SP3 for Windows 7 on clients

    We installed Filr 1.0.459 appliance & configured then synced net folders.
    About 12 hours later none of our users could map their network drives getting error "The error code was c7e50014", although the volumes were up and browse-able from the file server itself.
    A restart of the file server has resolved this issue although it is now the second time this has happened.

    Has anyone experienced similar issues?

    thanks
    j
    Last edited by johnmcdo; 21-May-2013 at 09:55 AM.

  2. #2
    Alex Warmerdam NNTP User

    Re: unable to map drives after Filr config

    On Tue, 21 May 2013 08:56:02 GMT, johnmcdo
    <johnmcdo@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

    >
    > - VMWare virtual environment
    > - NSS volumes on SLES11 OES11 file server
    > - Novell Client 2 SP3 for Windows 7 on clients
    >
    > We installed Filr 1.0.459 appliance & configured then synced net
    > folders.
    > About 12 hours later none of our users could map their network drives
    > getting error "The error code was c7e50014", although the volumes were
    > up and browse-able from the file server itself.
    > A restart of the file server has resolved this issue although it is now
    > the second time this has happened.
    >
    > Has anyone experienced similar issues?


    Could you check the next time that slp is still working from a
    workstation. The error indicates tree or server could not be found.



  3. #3
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    Re: unable to map drives after Filr config

    Does your DNS also resolve the tree for you correctly? We use SLP and DNS as name sources and they act as a backup of each other for at least core things like the tree name, server name, etc.

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