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Error 610: The database policy is not configured - but it is!

Error 610: The database policy is not configured - but it is!

Error 610: The database policy is not configured - but it is!

I'm about at wits end with Workstation Inventory.  PLEASE HELP!

OK, Single server tree, 6.5SP6 Zen 7.01

Workstation Inventory worked for less than 12 hours.  After monkeying around to get it to work originally and finally getting it to work, the Novell server was rebooted and wsinv stopped working. Now all I get is error 610. The Inventory Database policy is not configured.

The only thing that was done between wsinv working and rebooting the server was running 'StartSer NDSLookupForDB' to clear out some really old workstations from the database.

I have reinstalled wsinv using http://www.novell.com/documentation/zenworks7/dm7install/data/bqemlx0.html
#bqemlx0 to no avail.  

I have also re-created the Zen Database and workstation policy.  I reconfigured everything related to wsinv and am still stuck.

Properties of the Service Location Package:

ZENworks Database is selected

Properties of ZENworks Datase:
Inventory Database: Inventory Database_FS1.XXXX.XXXX

Can anyone give me an idea where to start?!?


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