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Changing service account leads to FS Repository error

We are having a FS repository on the portal which was available in KM content.

Now I have made changes in the service account for the portal ie I have

changed the domain in domain/username to a new one.

Now the repository in not available in KM content anymore.

We are also getting an exception for unknown user name or bad password.

ie wcm.repository.InvalidNameException.But the credentials are all proper.

I cant see any errors in the component monitor too.

Nothing else has been changed.Have I missed out anything.

Also Will server restart solve this problem.

Any help on this would be appreciated.



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    Posted on Apr 27, 2007 at 10:58 AM


    FS Rep managers are showing quite a lot of inconsistencies.

    The earlier problem was ok after a restart , but now one more

    error has come up . The component monitor also shows

    <i><b>Startup Error- getting mapped math - Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password</b></i> .

    Has this anything to do with the fact that the back end system referred to is

    down or something ? The user account credentials all are proper and so is the

    n/w path. It was fine till yesterday.Thie error has come only for some FS repositories,

    rest of them seem to be fine.

    Any help on this would be great.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Could someone pls clarify if a network path is actually required for

      access to a Windows FS repository ? I have gone through all the steps,

      and repository came up all right.

      But in some cases the FS repository actually worked aftr creating only the

      RM and not the network path.Why is it like that?

      Any reply would be great and also to the error in the previous thread,

      bcause I am quite lonely on this thread.



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