• Subject: Re: Unable to connect to server
  • From: Fritz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 11:32:07 -0700


Check that you are using the Office Location document on your client
workstation.  Then try the Trace option found under File -> Preferences ->
User Preferences -> Ports.  It can give some details about your
Client/Server connection.

Fritz Hayes

Pacific Information Systems
We know technology!
Fritz@PacInfoSys.Com
503-290-2116


                                                                                
                         
                    Keith Flournoy                                              
                         
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I have just configured a new Domino400 server on my AS/400 and I am having
an error when trying to connect to the server which says 'Unable to find
connection to server'. I can ping to the server name or the TCP/IP address
of the server from the client workstation without any problems and I have
added both the name and TCP/IP to the host file on my workstation. Does
anyone have any ideas of where I should look next in order to resolve this
error? Thanks a bunch.





Keith Flournoy
MKS Professional Services
800 633-1235 ext. 5019
www.mks.com









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