1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 19, 2015 5:52 PM by epoNovice

    Update Master Repository Fail - Failed to download file catalog.z from site update.nai.com:80, error code 11004

    thenickster

      This question is regarding ePO 5.1.0 Build 509, Windows Server 2008 R2, SQL2012.  This is a new install (~2 weeks), but I have been running prior versions of ePO (most recently 4.6.6 on Win2003 32bit).  Only a single client task was ported from my prior install.  My prior installation ran my Master Repository Update task hourly (overkill).  Occaisionally a task would fail...maybe every couple days (aka 1 out of 48 runs).  Ever since installation, for scheduled update pulls, I get the following error:

       

      - Failed to download file catalog.z from site update.nai.com:80, error code 11004 ( The requested name is valid, but no data of the requested type was found.  )

       

      • When I run this task manually, it runs successfully...every time.
      • When I run the task hourly or daily, it fails
      • When I create a version of the same task under my own credentials (administrator rights but synched with AD), it fails
      • When I create a version of the same task under the original Admin credentials defined at setup and run it scheduled, it fails
      • Both http and ftp behave the same
      • No proxy is in place
      • I can access update.nai.com via my web browser and manually download the package and install it to my Master Repository
      • If the in-place package is deleted manually, it will run initially fine, but subsequent runs fail
      • Installed products being downloaded include VSCANDAT1000, VSCANENG1000, VIRUSCAN8800.  I have tried the synch with both "All products" and with only the three packages listed here defined as part of the task.  Behavior is consistent.

       

       

      I am working with Gold Support, but have not made any progress in the past week.  Hoping perhaps that someone has encountered similar, or has some experience-based theories ;-)

       

      Thanks for looking!

       

      -Nick