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server Configuration Last Check "Failed"

Hi,

 

I just finished installing HP Performance Center 11.50.

Following the installtion guideline, I added the PC server via the lab management.

Though the server was added, i noticed that the status of the field Configuration LAst Check is "Failed".

I tried investigating but failed to determine why the status is failed. There are also no useful details in the Event log tab.

 

Question, how can i make sure that the installation of HP nPC was successful?

Do you have any idea how to resolve this failed status???

 

-sdef

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Re: server Configuration Last Check "Failed"

Did you try the following

 

1) Restart the necessary services on PC server

2)Do a health check on ALM Lab Management

 

If this fails again , Try to add teh PC Server with its FQDN or IP , then also make sure the Pass Phrase is exact same (Case sensitive) and retry.

 

 

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Re: server Configuration Last Check "Failed"

I checked the service in the service manager, at first it says the service is going to be remove.

I restarted the server, then checked the service again. and it's gone.

 

I'll try your suggestion with FQDN and IP.

but i believe the issue resides with the service.. im also searching if the Remote management service can be activated or added again.

 

thanks!

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Re: server Configuration Last Check "Failed"

Configuration Last Check is "Passed" now.

I just reinstalled everything from ALM 11.50 platform to HP Performance Center.

 

Since im new in HP Performance Center, im not quite sure if i installed or the server is now functioning.

I just noticed in the Server state "Idle",  just a stupid question.. how can i determine if i installed HP PC successfully and the server is working???

 

-sdef

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