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Network Discovery Task


I am new to ZAM 7 and I have started scanning my network for
discoverables on my network. Before I started scanning I did the
product live update and I am currently running 7.00.0044 SP1 IR10. I
was able to scan 14 subnets and pull a great deal of network devices
information from the scan.

After that scan, I am now not able to do another scan. Under the Task
tab in ZAM Manager console Status says Scanning 0% and just sits there.
After a period of time it disappears and history states completed with
no results. My collection server is started and has 13 Errors This
Cycle. When I view errors it states Level Severe and Collectoion
Failure(s) Update Failure.


[2.4.501] A network error was encountered while communicating with a
remote application.
[2.6.42] Scanning ZENAMPROD failed due to an error detected by the
client.
[2.4.501] A network error was encountered while communicating with a
remote application.


Any help to this poblem is really appreciated.


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jhayes1
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Network Discovery Task


Permission in service Apache Tomcat Webclient restarted.


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jhayes1
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Network Discovery Task

jhayes1,

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>Permission in service Apache Tomcat Webclient restarted.


Are you saying that you found the cause?

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Jared Jennings - Data Technique, Inc.
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