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3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission

3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission

3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission

Has anyone seen this error, VMPRO is running, SSA sees it, IPO r8.056,Greetings and vm boxes no longer work. All greetings are there. the IT guy upgraded the vm pro pc to windows 10 from windows 7 and this started happening. rebooting ipo brings it back and restarting voicemail pro in windows services brings it back. It last for a month or so and then I get 3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission and greetings stop.

Any help would be appreciated

RE: 3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission

vmpro r8 is not supported in windows 10, check the release note.

RE: 3798181475mS PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission

I have the following running fine on Windows 10 boxes, IPO with vm pro 8.1,7.039,9.09, Thanks for the quick response but it has to be something else. I would like to know what PRN: VMAIL - VMSEQ Retransmission (from Monitor) means. I can't get the answer, I think it has to do something with TCP. Once I restart voicemail pro in windows services it will not give me a problem for 2-4 weeks

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