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Netstorage: connection peer is not available

I recently setup a OES2 server with Netstorage in an attempt to replace our old Netstorage server (currently running Netware 6.5). When I login to the netstorage webpage, it shows my home directory just fine. However, other mapped directories give me the following error:

NetStorage encountered an error while trying to access this location.
Severity : Error
Function : NCP
Message : The connection peer is not available
Code : 0xC7E50014


My home directory is located on StaffM1 server (OES2)
The other directories I'm having trouble with are Office1 (OES2) and Office2 (OES2 as well).

As a newbie to this (took over when the previous administrator left), I'm having some issues figuring out what's wrong. Any suggestions out there?

Thanks
Jon
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Re: Netstorage: connection peer is not available

jrh-svsu;2188104 wrote:
I recently setup a OES2 server with Netstorage in an attempt to replace our old Netstorage server (currently running Netware 6.5). When I login to the netstorage webpage, it shows my home directory just fine. However, other mapped directories give me the following error:

NetStorage encountered an error while trying to access this location.
Severity : Error
Function : NCP
Message : The connection peer is not available
Code : 0xC7E50014


My home directory is located on StaffM1 server (OES2)
The other directories I'm having trouble with are Office1 (OES2) and Office2 (OES2 as well).

As a newbie to this (took over when the previous administrator left), I'm having some issues figuring out what's wrong. Any suggestions out there?


Which version(s) of OES2 are you running on each server in question? Please post output from "cat /etc/*release" for each.
What patch level is each server at?

Since NetStorage processes login scripts it would be useful to know/see the relevant MAP commands from the relevant scripts (user, container, included object). Do you know if you are testing the WEBACCESS variable and mapping drives accordingly?

HTH.
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