B.3 Repairing Dynamic File Services

The Repair option in the Dynamic File Services Uninstall tool allows you to reinstall the currently installed components of the Dynamic File Services software on a computer.

IMPORTANT:Before you begin, ensure that you meet the Prerequisites for Modifying, Repairing, or Removing Dynamic File Services Software.

  1. Log in as the Administrator user or as a user with Administrator privileges.

  2. Disable the Dynamic File Service as described in Stopping the Dynamic File Service in the Dynamic File Services 2.1 Administration Guide.

  3. Select Start > Programs > DynamicFS > Uninstall DynamicFS.

    If you are prompted by the Windows User Account Control feature for permission, supply the necessary credentials and confirm. The InstallShield Wizard opens.

  4. Select Repair, then click Next and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the software repair.

    If a valid certificate exists, a new certificate is not created and an error message on the creation is returned. Click OK to dismiss the message.

  5. After the repair is complete, click Finish to close the wizard.

  6. Enable the Dynamic File Service as described in Starting the Dynamic File Service in the Dynamic File Services 2.1 Administration Guide.