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TWS Comm link failures

TWS Comm link failures

TWS Comm link failures

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Recently we have been receiving Comm link failures on some of our Windows FTAs. The TWSMerge.log file on the FTA indicates the following:
AWSBHT095E Error accessing Symphony: AWSBCU010E Writing
BATCHMAN:* C:\Tivoli\maestro\Symphony, Record 0 (RH), Error: Domain error
We have an Active Directory environment so I am a bit suspicious that the domain error is due to a policy restriction of some sort in the Active Directory OU. I am not Active Directory proficient and could not find any information on the Tivoli customer support site.

Any help would be much appreciated.
Thx
LG.

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