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Audrey Carolan


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I cannot connect to any of the PC's on the network to install the service. I have tried both the Local admin and the domain admin passwords but neither work and I get an Initbinding Error (5) I have turned off the firewall on the PC.

I then install the service manually on the PC but still cannot connect to manage it.
Posted: 01/30/2007 12:09:55

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roman_g
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Try to connect to the 'problem' PC via Computer Management utility.
Posted: 01/30/2007 13:58:14

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Audrey Carolan


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I have done and I can connect to Computer management, C$ and Admin$ without having to enter a username and password.

Posted: 01/30/2007 14:57:16

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roman_g
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1. Check whether the 'Remote Registry' service is started at the computer.
2. Check whether the 'Simple File Sharing' option is off.
Posted: 01/30/2007 15:19:42

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Audrey Carolan


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Remote Registry Service is started,
Simple File Sharing is turned off
Posted: 01/30/2007 15:26:37

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roman_g
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After you have installed dlservice manually what error message appears when you try to connect via DevceLock Management Console?
Posted: 01/30/2007 15:46:35

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Audrey Carolan


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The same thing, I get asked for a username and password, none of which work and I get the Initbinding Error (5) Access is Denied error message
Posted: 01/30/2007 17:14:33

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roman_g
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Try to "Run As.." the console using appropriate credentials.
Posted: 01/30/2007 17:22:10

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Audrey Carolan


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I still get the same problems no matter who I run as, local admin or domain admin
Posted: 01/31/2007 13:12:30

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Ashot Oganesyan
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It looks like some Firewall is blocking access to DeviceLock Service.

To diagnose and solve RPC errors, you should go through these steps:

1. Download PortQry from Microsoft's website:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/de...laylang=en


2. Run PortQry from the command line on your local computer (where you run the DeviceLock management console from):

PortQry.exe -n <name of remote computer> -e 135 -l log.txt

where <name of remote computer> - is the name or IP address of the remote computer where DeviceLock Service is running but you can't connect to it from your local computer.


3. Send us this log.txt file.

With best wishes, Ashot.
Posted: 01/31/2007 13:18:26

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