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Web enabling Accpac

Web enabling Accpac

Web enabling Accpac

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Situation: Accpac System Manager 5.2, Pervasive 8.
           Accpac running on a IBM server.
           Workstations running Accpac from the server.

Problem: We just ran the Web enabling module and the Crystal reports enterprise on the server. If we enter the URL we get the introduction screen and the Signon Manager appears as it should. But after entering the correct username and password we get the following message:
"could not open Session".

We have teminal Services running on the server. the Accpacserver is behind a Firewall.

Anyone who can help me out??

Eric Visser
   

RE: Web enabling Accpac

If you can logon via a web browser on your LAN then you have to open the appropriate ports in your firewall.

If not, you have a problem with the web deployment setup.

Regards,
Paul
www.custom-media.com

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