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Liferay + Remote life issues

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Hi Guys

i have been facing some issues with liferay and implementing remote life from Stage enviornment to Production.

This who is working now:

OS= RHEL 5.7 64 bits
APP Server = Jboss eap 5.1
Liferay Version= liferay-portal-jboss-6.0-ee-sp2-20110727
Database= Oracle 10g

Stage and Production are working in cluster (2 nodes for each environment)

Problem description:

During the process to configure remote life i'm getting the following messag:

"you dont have the required permissions"

i'm using the production ip to configure it

if i check the server.log i'm not getting any message there that suggest any possible error.

Is this kind of issue with OS directories ?

Any suggestion will be helpful

Thanks in advance
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Finally i found the solution, there was a problem between user into stage and production users at Liferay level

both need to be the same
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Now My Remote life is working fine between the two environments,
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