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ArcServeIT 6.6 for NW5.0 error

NW-AS6: Title: E0234 Error Logging into Directory
PROBLEM: E0234 Error Logging into Directory Services - 217 - This is seen when attempting to login from the ARCserve Scheduler screen.

RESOLUTION: Increase number of allowed concurrent connections.

I looked up above tech doc but dont know the resolution.
How do I increase number of concurrent connections in ArcServe??
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kevsh
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DSPooleCommented:
sounds like the number of NetWare licenses is maxed out.

you running a 2-user version of NetWare 5.x?
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kevshAuthor Commented:
Nope, I have about 30 licenses, and the arcserve job runs at night so there shouldnt be many people logged in at that time.

I did find another problem on another error code that maybe related though, something to do with wrong firmware version, if so I suppose I should remove this question.
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pwoolfordCommented:
Have you checked the login restrictions in NWAdmin for the user you are login in as ?
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DSPooleCommented:
okay - you have 30 licenses, but how many are active during the backup?
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CyberWizardCommented:
you should check in nw admin like pwoolford said,
but you should check for the username that the job is submitted under (in case this is not the same as your current user).

there may be a time restriction for that user or it may have a limit connections to 1 in the user object...
increase that value.
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CyberWizardCommented:
kevsh, any news on this matter?
have you been able to try the suggestions that have been made?

Regards,

CW
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CyberWizardCommented:
duplicated thread

here is the info from the other thread:

Question History
Comment
From: Zombite  Date: 05/30/2002 08:21PM PST  
Check in your tree for the user arcserve and view.
Concurrent connections on the properties pages.
 
Comment
From: kevsh  Date: 06/04/2002 03:08PM PST  
I dont have an Arcserve user, I signon as admin when creating the jobs.  There is no limit on concurrent connections for the admin signon.  
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kevshAuthor Commented:
It appears the problem was related to firmware as we flashed it and now it works fine.  I want to give each of you points for your efforts, I will post a question for the 3 of you, each 100 points to solve.  Thanks
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CyberWizardCommented:
I've requested this question to be closed in Community support as well as a refund for your points.

regards,

CyberWizard
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NetminderCommented:
The points for this question have been refunded, and this question closed.

CyberWizard: points for you at http://www.experts-exchange.com/netware/Q_20331493.html
pwoolford: points for you at http://www.experts-exchange.com/netware/Q_20331491.html
DSPoole: points for you at http://www.experts-exchange.com/netware/Q_20331488.html

Thanks for your help.

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