kegwell
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Enable ThinApps In Your Catalog: ERROR_NETNAME_DELETED

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I have enabled the ThinApp module successfully, but when I log into the connector as an admin and attempt to Enable ThinApps in your catalog, I receive the following error message in a banner/header:

"Problem configuring Windows Apps: RepoUpdateRegistry() failed with error: ERROR_NETNAME_DELETED"

However, when I try to add the same path, but using IP instead of hostname, the screen basically refreshes and the checkbox clears without anything saving.

I have verified both forwards and reverse DNS and have tried both inputs from multiple machines and browsers.  Any suggestions?

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pbjork
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- Are you using a Windows based Network Share?

- Make sure you specify the FQDN to the file server, e.g. \\myServer.internaldomain.local\HZN_Apps

- Make sure your share allows access for authenticated users or domain computers

If above is all true disconnect your connector from the domain and rejoin the domain again.

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pbjork
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- Are you using a Windows based Network Share?

- Make sure you specify the FQDN to the file server, e.g. \\myServer.internaldomain.local\HZN_Apps

- Make sure your share allows access for authenticated users or domain computers

If above is all true disconnect your connector from the domain and rejoin the domain again.

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kegwell
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Yes, I was using a Windows based share (vs a NetApp CIFS share), verified access, and was using the FQDN.  Logging into the connector and removing it form the domain, then re-adding it worked. Thanks PBJORK.

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