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Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

We've installed Console One (1.3.6), and it runs fine.
BUT when we put the groupwise folder in the snap-in directory, Console One won't start.

What are we doint wrong??

RE: Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

Thanks, will try thenm tomorrow!!!

RE: Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

What you're doing wrong is that there's more than just the snapin folder required to make it work.

You need to take all the folders out of the SoftWare Dist Directory\Admin\C1Admin and copy them into your ConsoleOne directory. Put them over the top of what is already there.  

If you have a local copy of ConsoleOne, it's probably at C:\Novell\ConsoleOne\1.2\(Paste Folders here)

Marvin Huffaker, MCNE

RE: Add GroupWise Snap-IN to Console One?

Thanks guys, I got it.
Sorry it took so long to respond.

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