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port 69 error in solarwind TFTP server

Posted on 2016-10-16
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when i start tftp server it shows me a popup............how to run???????????
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Question by:nikunj saikia
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So based on that message, you have another service already using UDP port 69.  You most likely have something installed on that box that is running a tftp service.  You will need to figure out what that is and stop its service before starting solar winds tftp server.
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