This link says the problem has a hotfix. But I have to submit tons of data to get elevated to Tier III and who knows how long that will take.
I've also read posts saying I should do a recovery. Also I dont 'Require EELogin". The article says this error only happens when that option is tic'ed. Guess I'm look for guidance. Do I restore the EEPC MBR ? I cant get in to Windows anyway. If I get it working by doing the restore do I pursue the hotfix anyway ? Is the hotfix server based ?
I did the SBR Restore procedure and now I can boot into Windows but when I synch I still see 0050020 Unable to open the client data store messages. I dont get it.
This error's description is "Unable to open the client data store". In our experience that actually means something happened during a sync operation (to the client). Check to make sure you can sync from both the client machine and your EEM.
I can sync from client but not from server. The IP its going after is correct. It seems the machine stopped listening on TCP 5556. WIndows firewall is off. Any ideas ?
How do you know if it completing a sync from the client? Are you looking at the audit log on the EEM? It sounds like maybe you are syncing to a different machine? Are there a machinename and machinename0001 in the EEM? If so, try syncing from machinename0001 and check the audit log in EEM for it.
Thanks and Thanks.. I did check the IP in the console. It was incorrect and I manually changed it. BUT and its a big but... The pc is not listening on 5556. I cannot telnet to it, even when I am on the PC. The windows firewall is off.
I'm thinking this means something is corrupt or wrong with the program. I should be able to telnet to 5556. No?
you did check that the listen port is set to 5556 yes?
No, it does not mean anything is wrong - you might have something blocking the port between you and the client, or the policy might have another port listed. Plenty of times people have said "The firewall is off" when in fact they had two or three different ones installed.
Not sure where to check to see what port the client is listening on. I did a netstat and didnt see any Mcafee ports open. All our clients listen on 5556. If a firewall was the issue I would think I'd be able to telnet localhost 5556.