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V3 Live Server

V3 Live Server

V3 Live Server

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Phone Manager 3.0 and Live Server 2003

I Built a 2003 server/AD/Exchange/SQL2000/SP3/Home Live server 2003/

Created a domain account and logged the machine on which for 2000Sp4 - onto the domain. Configured live server on the user in AD, tried to connect the phone manager to the live server. Says the protocol is not supported, tried both TCP/UDP and TLS. Does not connect to the server, any ideas. All the settings in phone manager were for the domain user account.

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RE: V3 Live Server

Seen it working on TCP

RE: V3 Live Server

i know there is a bug in ldap for 2003 server that makes it talk different to 2000 AD, apparently there is a patch for 2003 to fix it, i dont know if this relates to your problem

RE: V3 Live Server

Forgive the ignorance, what is live server 2003 ?

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