Hi Bryan,

> usually the biggest problem is the ip address/hostname.

This agrees with what I've seen so far.

> Make sure that in CFGTCP option 12 you have the hostname and domain
> setup. Aslo the host name search priority set to *LOCAL.

Changed from Remote to Local, no change.

> then in option 10 make sure there is an entry for the name that is
> configured in the above step with the ip address of the system.

Already there.

> give that a try.

No difference.  Refuses to start, no job log.  I do have one question,
must there be only 1 central server on a network?


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