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SEPM 12.1 replication issue

Posted on 2014-10-05
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So, we successfully upgraded our SEPM 11 to 12.1 on an aging server, installed 12.1 on a new server  and migrated over using the replication method. All clients, policies and reports were successfully on the new server.

The next step was to stop the replication. I killed the replication peer on the new server. I did not kill the replication on the older server. I came in today to find that I cannot log into the new server's SEPM. I can still log into the old server's SEPM.

I tried the resetpass.bat on the new server, which I know is not the recommended way, but the admin acount does not have an email address associated with it to do the "forgot password" method.

What can I do to fix this? Thank you.
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Got support on the horn. Redid the replication process, and am now able to get back in. Closing.
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