Oracle client does not connect to server

I have installed Oracle Server 11G (64bit) on windows 2008. On the same machine I have installed the 32bit Oracle 11G client.

When I start the client (SQL Plus) it gives me the attached error message

Can someone please help me in resolving this.

I am able to connect to the SQL Plus of Oracle server.
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ank5Asked:
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
The error?

Just a guess: copy the tnsnames.ora and sqlnet.ora from the servers network/admin folder to the client.

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PilouteCommented:
There's no error message in your question... What's that error message ?
POracleCommented:
Why Oracle server and client on same machine?

When you install Oracle server sqlplus there with it.
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Cha1tuCommented:
Can you paste the ERROR
Geert GOracle dbaCommented:
don't install the client after you installed the database software

as of oracle 11, sqlplusw is no longer installed
ank5Author Commented:
There is a Documentum bug, the fix for which wanted Oracle client and server on the same machine. Problem went away after server restart.

thanks everyone for the help.
 
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