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cant communicate with server group

cant communicate with server group

cant communicate with server group

i seem to be having a lot of problems with Nav (7.5 corporate edition)..after reinstalling it, yet again, the nav server appears to be locked and when i try to unlock it i get the error message "can't communicate with server group.  Verify network connectivity & that machines are operating within the group.  If problem persists, try clearing the server group cache & rediscovering all server groups"..where do you clear the server group cache??
also the live update doesn't work at all on it and when i performed the client roll out, about 4 of the machines on the network wouldn't connect..and another thing :) it was scanning in realtime but now it wont!! help me please...

RE: cant communicate with server group

Check out the following article for the communication problem


If that doesn't help, also try the Symantec search utility--I alway use it first when there's a problem or question and find 98% of my answers there


Good luck with your problems.  I have personally had few problems during our rollout that couldn't be easily resolved & love this product in our large LAN-MAN-WAN environment.


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