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GUIMachine Error on startup

Hi-

Recently installed GUIMachine on our dev portal server. The install logs indicated everything was successful. I checked the SQL server and saw the DB was created.

However when starting up GUIMachine, I initially got a "unauthorized error" which was resolved by unchecking anonymous access in IIS.

Now I get a Fatal error indicating "No GUIMachine server was found at specified address" after I click on the Launch GUIMachine URL.

Has anyone seen this error and found a workaround?

Thanks.

Anang

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2003 at 08:02 PM

    Hi!

    I am getting the same error. Did you find a solution to the problem by any chance?

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      Hi,

      This is a domain problem that cause to this error.

      You should do the following:

      1. Get the IP of the GUIMachine server machine. (you ca use ipconfig in the command)

      2. On the client machine (The machine that you want to connect the GUIMachine server from) edit the hosts (usually in winntsystem32driversetc) file and add the following line:

      The GM server IP GM server Name.domain

      12.13.14.15 myCompName.wdf.sap.corp

      Good luck,

      Adi

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