Few of pointers :-
1. Check if Appserver is running ? it needs appserver to be running.
2. Create SRP profile from command line nsh as :-
blcred authprofile -add
new profile name: TestProfile
authentication server [host:port]: <appserver>:<port like 9840>
authentication type [srp|adk|domainauth|ldap|securid|pki]: srp
Now, Acquire Profle :-
blcred cred -acquire
profile name: TestProfile
Authentication succeeded: acquired session credential
3. if above steps are working fine, then proceed with
"run as administrator" Elevated command prompt and start Content installation from that.
This should unblock...
Please, let us know if this doesn't help...
many thanks for the reply. I did as you instructed - created a new profile etc - all worked.
But still the same error when running the content.exe.Still went through the validation of the server/username etc, but same error
Should it be ran from a specific directory ?
you are running the installer from the appserver as some OS user. the installer will try and use nsh to talk to the rscd on your appserver(s), so either:
- you need to have the NSH proxy setup, and your nsh client set to use it
- you need to have a mapping for the OS user in the users.local..
for example - you run the installer as 'Administrator' so you need to put:
in the users.local on your appservers
(there's a note on this about halfway down the page)
Spot on - many thanks - had to add an entry into the userslocal file.
Thanks ever so much your a star.
When I installed the content from my Red Hat app server, I had to edit the users.local to allow for the root user to access the file server and app server agent I believe. Probably the same thing here.