Run Pcontrol. This server, in turn, must get the correct time from an outside time source (preferably one that is connected to the atomic clock, which is always accurate). The only fix is to get time in sync. -- Andrew C Taubman (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail) Opinions expressed above are not necessarily those of Novell Inc. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ To protect this information, you should make a verified backup of the NDS database before you attempt to troubleshoot NDS problems. (See "Technically Speaking: Backing Up NDS,"NetWare Connection, Aug. 1998, pp. weblink
This will delete the default printer configuration. Open the workstation group you would like to fix and select Associated Policy Packages. Jim -- Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10 Novell Knowledge Partner Edward van der Maas29-May-2012, 23:44dschaldenovell wrote: > ndsrepair -T shows all servers up to time. If these servers are running the latest version of the DS NLM or if you have only one server in the NDS tree, chances are that the NDS object was not
Further it seems to be happening > with > > attempting to change passwords as well. > > > > Any ideas? > > > > ndsrepair -T shows all servers DSTRACE shows "ALL PROCESSED = YES". completes a synch with Schema all processed = YES. This fault occurs when a server cannot perform the synchronization process with another server in the NDS tree because the time information for the two servers does not match.To resolve a
To resolve name conflicts, you must check all NetWare servers, Windows NT servers and workstations, Windows 95 workstations, and print servers for their name information. Looked at the partition root object, and the modification timestamp was dated 4 months in the future.After making the server running the drivers the master replica server, and repairing timestamps and Run Pcontrol 1.10 (from Pcounter 5.10), select the NDPS Manager, right click, choose Pcounter Configuration. If the printers are controlled access, This can occur in situations where clients are configured to use multiple protocols, ie.
If you encounter such a problem, you should not hesitate to open a support incident with Novell Technical Services. If it is not selected, then NDS traffic may be reduced, but it will be necessary to reload PCOUNTER.NLM in order for any queue configuration changes to be applied. fact Novell NetWare 5.0 NDS Version 7.30 DNS/DHCP symptom Error: 659 -659 0xFFFFFD6D = ERR_TIME_NOT_SYNCHRONIZED Error occurs when installing DNS/DHCP (DPIPINST.NLM). Segment 1 in Server 1 has an IPX address of 1, and segment 2 in Server 1 has an IPX address of 2.
Or, you can read "The Doctor Is In: Performing an NDS Health Check,"NetWare Connection, Dec. 1997/Jan. 1998, pp. 33-41. (You can download this article from http://www.nwconnection.com/dec.97-jan.98/ndshcd7 (no longer available)COMMON NDS ERROR I have run DSREPAIR (unattended full repairs and local DB repairs) on the primary server until there are no errors. Information about server time synchronization: http://support.novell.com/servlet/tidfinder/10058645 Pcontrol error: Bindery mode is not supported on \\SERVER\QUEUE. A patch has been issued which fixes this problem: http://support.novell.com/filefinder/14232/index.html How to force users to authenticate using iPrint IPP Login to iManager on the server: http://serverName:2200/ Expand the iPrint menu and
Some data may not have > been written. > > This was seen by our Help Desk when they tried to reset an account from > the Intruder Lockout condition. If NetWare 4.10 is being used, get the updated CLIB and DSAPI libraries. Novell makes all reasonable efforts to verify this information. Some data may not have > > been written. > > > > This was seen by our Help Desk when they tried to reset an account > from > >
Until all of these servers have received the correct time, however, you should ensure that no NDS operations are performed, thus preventing invalid time stamps.If the time changes by more than have a peek at these guys For example, you could use the RDATE NLM from MurkWorks Inc. (You can download the RDATE NLM free from http://www.murkworks.com/BasePages/products.htm.)If you have a network with more than 30 servers or if Pcounter NDPS error: (Long) Error 899C getting VOL:\Path dir handle Pcounter uses 2 different methods to rename log files - if this error occurs then it will use another method. Print jobs are recorded but not shown in histories and reports Print jobs are recorded differently in NDS and Bindery mode.
To get a printer history/report from Pcontrol in NDS mode, find the printer/queue in the NDS tree, right-click, and choose Pcounter, Reports, or Pcounter, Print History. Include the dot before ndpsManagerName. The driver will wait on this event until it is processed, before it will process the next event. check over here Any trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners.
The NDS tree then replicates the removal of the Server object and all referenced objects. It is not an issue with 5.10a or later versions. document Document Title: Error: 659 -659 0xFFFFFD6D = ERR_TIME_NOT_SYNCHRONIZED Document ID: 10014098 Solution ID: 4.0.19220910.2271365 Creation Date: 11Aug1999 Modified Date: 22Oct2002 Novell Product Class:NetWareNovell eDirectory disclaimer The Origin of this information
I also gained that information from iMonitor, just wish I could find some additional insights as to what it "means"? All Pcounter options can be performed here. Press the OK button to save. Nonconnected segments attach to only one server.Connected segmentsattach to two or more servers (connecting these servers together).
Bookmark Email Document Printer Friendly Favorite Rating: Error: -659 trying to extend schema with DNIPINST (Last modified: 03Jan2003) This document (10020435) is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of Make sure that you set it the same as the password which was set in Pcontrol. Make sure that the Secure box is checked for each printer in question. this content All of these servers are physically located in the same closet, connected to the same equipment via gigabit connections.