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2000i Control Center Login

2000i Control Center Login

2000i Control Center Login

We are trying to get into our databases for Macola, and when we go into Control Center and try to register them, it says we do not have enough rights. My Netware login has adminstrator rights.  What rights is PSQL looking for?


RE: 2000i Control Center Login

What's the exact error being returned?  It could be a number of things but it depends on the actual error.  

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RE: 2000i Control Center Login

I think it said something like insufficient rights.  I'd have to try it again tomorrow before I can see what the exact response was again.

RE: 2000i Control Center Login

Also - are you on the console or are you logging in remotely?


RE: 2000i Control Center Login

Are you accessing via Terminal Server (remote desktop)?  You need to be signed in directly to the server / console as DjangMan has mentioned.


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