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RM Manager - Host is not configured for replication manager

Posted on 2009-04-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
Error when setting up production host in EMC replication manager.
00153 error: host MSSQLDB is not configured for replication manager.

Question by:florimit
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Expert Comment

ID: 24091892
try this:

1. To run this program, click Start and choose Run from the Start Menu.
2. Type cmd and click OK to access a command prompt.
3. Run the deletecookies program from the bin directory under the location
where you installed the Replication Manager Client software.
For example C:\Program Files\EMCerm\client\bin\deletecookies

Author Comment

ID: 24092026
Went to the directory and ran the program but it did not work.
Attempted to setup host but it showed the same error as you see in the attached file from original post showing host error.

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Expert Comment

ID: 24092109
Ok Try This Next
Look for cc_data.dat and delete that file.

Author Comment

ID: 24092710
I searched but it was not found.
I did clear the registry key.
I have completed everything on that error message printout and
I continue to get the same error.


Accepted Solution

florimit earned 0 total points
ID: 24131735
Deleted the client key on the host and this is resolved.

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