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How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Im having SMB error in trying to import a windows client to a Cell Windows 

Ask me for password repeated times not letting me import

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Hello @Diego Biondo

Could you please share the entire message here? 

Regards, 

Andres Fallas Salazar
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

this is error appears me when trying to import windows client

 

 "Critical]  [110:1022] Cannot connect to the SCM (Service Control Manager) on client serveur-xxx:
[5] Access is denied."

 

thanks

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Hello @Diego Biondo

Check these KMs, I think could work for you: 

Regards, 

Andres Fallas Salazar
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Thanks Victor i will try with these 2 options and let you know which one worked

 

Regards

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Victor i have tried both KB you gracefully shared me 

But i keep having same problem with windows client 

[Normal] Starting installation session on Friday, February 28, 2020, 9:49:20 AM...

[Normal] Getting list of clients for installation...

[Normal] Done.

[Normal] Expanding and checking clients to be installed...

[Normal] Connecting to client sag11...

[Normal] Valid username and password must be specified...

[Normal] Connecting to client sag11...

[Warning] Invalid username or bad password has been specified (SAG11\dp).

[Normal] Connecting to client sag11...

[Warning] Invalid username or bad password has been specified (SAG11\dp).

[Critical] Installation session has been aborted by user!


============================================================================

 

This is omniinetpasswd -list where user has been added

C:\Windows\system32>omniinetpasswd -list
Administrator@GANESH_ORT
administrator@bvcad.loc
* dp@SAG11

(*) Installation Server is using this user's credentials during push installati
on.

 

Any other thing to try or check grateful

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Re: How to solve SMB error when trying to import a Windows client to a Cell

Hello @Diego Biondo

If I am not wrong, it's not the same error than before. 

Before it was: 

Critical] [110:1022] Cannot connect to the SCM (Service Control Manager) on client serveur-xxx:
[5] Access is denied.

Now it just: 

[Normal] Connecting to client sag11...

[Warning] Invalid username or bad password has been specified (SAG11\dp).

Looks like the pass it's not correct. Maybe you can try to reset the pass and avoid any strange character, like \ that I know that causes issues in other things. 

Regards, 

Andres Fallas Salazar
Customer Support Engineer

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