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Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

I have had GroupWise Messenger running for the passed few week but
just after my GroupWise 6.5 upgrade. I get the following every time I try
to load the Messenger server and Archive agent. I have tried remove the
NDS object and reinstalling. I have even tried starting it before
GroupWise but still no luck. I would be gratefull for any help.

Jason Lang
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NMMA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

NMMA:

NMMA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name



NMMA: Cleaning up...



NMMA: Unloading...



NMAA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

NMAA:

NMAA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name



NMAA: Cleaning up...



NMAA: Unloading...
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Re: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

Verify in the MA and AA startup files that the following switches are
present and correct:

/home-CN=MessagingAgent,OU=SERVERSERVER,OU=MessengerService,O=Novell

/dirreplicaipaddr-[address of eDirectory server] (If NetWare, this is
the IP address of the machine the agents are running on).

Has there been any changes in your SLP configuration?

Dirk
GroupWise Messenger Development



>>> Jason Lang<jaslang@lakedaletelephone.com> 01/25/2004 13:24:39 >>>I have had GroupWise Messenger running for the passed few week but

just after my GroupWise 6.5 upgrade. I get the following every time I
try to load the Messenger server and Archive agent. I have tried
remove the NDS object and reinstalling. I have even tried starting it
before GroupWise but still no luck. I would be gratefull for any help.


Jason Lang
========
NMMA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]
NMMA:
NMMA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name

NMMA: Cleaning up...

NMMA: Unloading...

NMAA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]
NMAA:
NMAA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name

NMAA: Cleaning up...

NMAA: Unloading...



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

I changed nothing and the next morning is load fine? Very strange.
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Jason Lang
System Administrator
Lakedale Telephone
320-274-8201 ext.278

>>> Dirk Giles<support@novell.com> Monday, January 26, 2004 12:48:57

PM >>>

Verify in the MA and AA startup files that the following switches are
present and correct:

/home-CN=MessagingAgent,OU=SERVERSERVER,OU=MessengerService,O=Novel
l

/dirreplicaipaddr-[address of eDirectory server] (If NetWare, this is
the IP address of the machine the agents are running on).

Has there been any changes in your SLP configuration?

Dirk
GroupWise Messenger Development



>>> Jason Lang<jaslang@lakedaletelephone.com> 01/25/2004 13:24:39 >>>I have had GroupWise Messenger running for the passed few week but

just after my GroupWise 6.5 upgrade. I get the following every time I try
to load the Messenger server and Archive agent. I have tried remove the
NDS object and reinstalling. I have even tried starting it before
GroupWise but still no luck. I would be gratefull for any help.

Jason Lang
========
NMMA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

NMMA:

NMMA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name



NMMA: Cleaning up...



NMMA: Unloading...



NMAA: Agent configuration failure [0xAE14]

NMAA:

NMAA: Cause: DDC: Could not connect to the server by name



NMAA: Cleaning up...



NMAA: Unloading...

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