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Citrix logon: The resource you requested is no longer available from the servers or the specified user no longer has access to it.

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When tying to logon to a Citrix presentation server 4.5, the server answers
The resource you requested is no longer available from the servers or the specified user no longer has access to it.
An entry is found in the Application log:
Event ID 0: The Citrix servers reported that they are too busy to launch the selected item.  This was reported from the XML Service at address "http://Citrix1:9090 [com.citrix.xml.NFuseProtocol.RequestAddress]".
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Question by:JohanSchuerman
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by:Daniel Borger
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the only thing thaqt jumps out to me is the 9090 for the xml port. Has this server worked in the past or is this a new deployment?
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Load evaluator was assigned to "Server Offline" on this server
check with command: "qfarm /load"
the server indicating a load of 10000 was put put on load evaluator: server offline
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