mjuricek1 Absent Member.
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Start ndstrace from NetIQDirectoryServices on Win Server2016

Hello,

I am updating eDir on Windows 2016 and this operation stuck on "Open SLP configuration successful" in one case and on another server on "Configuring eDirectory - Registry updates successful".
I found that the solution is to reset address cache by entering "set dstrace = *A" in NDSTrace. But because my customer is using Windows, I am not able to run NDSTrace from NetIQ Directory Services application. Module is running but no window is popping up. Interesting is that the loading of the DSBrowse module opens the DSBrowse window. But nothing else works.

Do you have a hint how to start DSTrace on Windows 2016? Or how can I run "set dstrace = *A"? (is it possible to do it from iMonitor? How?).
Or any other hint how to reset address cache in eDir?

Best regards,
Milan
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mjuricek1 Absent Member.
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Re: Start ndstrace from NetIQDirectoryServices on Win Server

is it possible that the installation is finished successfully but the installer has a problem with GUI? ...asking because DSInstall.log says that:

End of Object Upgrade

LDAP Install Started.
LDAP Install completed.

Httpstk Install Started.
Httpstk Install completed.
SetDefaultAdminSurname Started.

Finished the NetIQ eDirectory Install Utility.
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Re: Start ndstrace from NetIQDirectoryServices on Win Server2016

On 03/06/2019 11:56 PM, mjuricek wrote:
>
> Do you have a hint how to start DSTrace on Windows 2016? Or how can I
> run "set dstrace = *A"? (is it possible to do it from iMonitor? How?).
> Or any other hint how to reset address cache in eDir?


The biggest issue of which I am aware doing anything with the NDS Console
on windows is related to odd windows "security" and RDP. If you are using
RDP, try accessing the physical (even on a VM) console of the system to
see if that works any better. Also, be sure you are running as
Administrator, though that is less-likely to be the issue than the RDP thing.

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