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nsm 2.5 stopped allowing login

i had just upgraded to 2.5 nsm to be able to upgrade to 3.0. the 2.5 upgrade went well and and was working great . after i installed 3.0 on a new server and ran the upgrade migration utility, which did not pull policies, I can no longer login to 2.5. i have restarted the services, and the server without any luck. I have tried multiple id's that should work.
I don't remember if there was default password backdoor, if anyone knows let me know. thanks
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Re: nsm 2.5 stopped allowing login

Did you reuse your proxy object or create a new one?


On 3/2/2011 9:36 AM, Ramduman wrote:
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> i had just upgraded to 2.5 nsm to be able to upgrade to 3.0. the 2.5
> upgrade went well and and was working great . after i installed 3.0 on a
> new server and ran the upgrade migration utility, which did not pull
> policies, I can no longer login to 2.5. i have restarted the services,
> and the server without any luck. I have tried multiple id's that should
> work.
> I don't remember if there was default password backdoor, if anyone
> knows let me know. thanks
>
>

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Re: nsm 2.5 stopped allowing login

I do not remember creating a new one .
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Re: nsm 2.5 stopped allowing login

I recommend emailing storagemanager-at-novell.com to get some more
direct help.

On 3/8/2011 8:06 AM, Ramduman wrote:
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> I do not remember creating a new one .
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>

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