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Why do I receive "Cannot connect to SQM Monitor: Error 10022" when attempting to connect?

Why do I receive "Cannot connect to SQM Monitor: Error 10022" when attempting to connect?

Problem:

Why do I receive "Cannot connect to SQM Monitor: Error 10022" when attempting to connect?

Resolution:

Background: The 10022 error is a connection error and usually is at a lower level. More commonly seen is 10061 which is either a connection refused, or the host server is not available (therefore not accepting a connection). The 10022 error relates to an Invalid Parameter so usually a syntax error in the request or possibly bad data in the request.
Possible Solution:
This problem may resolved by removing the port designation from the Server address on the CaliberRM Client prompt so that only the server hostname is present. Typically there will be have been extra characters, special characters, or out of range port such as 200000 instead of 20000 specified. Also check to ensure that that the "address" appearing in the Server field is truly an address and does not equate to a friendly name. To do this, click the ellipsis [...] next to the server address - from the menu that appears check the properties for each entry for accuracy.
Old KB# 16358

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