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I have installed powerchute on the 2003 server with all options, when I try to add teh device I put in the ip address, and it says it can not logon. the ups is connected to the machine with a usb cable. what Am i doing wrong I used the saem account for the windows
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What version of powerchute? The USB versions are only supported by the home edition, not the business edition. PCBE supports Serial only....
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i found out that I was trying to connect a usb to windows, and the serial to netware. Thnak you
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