"Tree or server not found" due to Windows Firewall blocking XTSVCMGR.EXE
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Novell Client is not receiving DHCP option data for Tree, Server, and Context fields
Disabling Windows firewall resolves the problem
Port 524 - NCP (always)
Port 427 - SLP (typically used)
Port 389 - LDAP Contextless Login (if used)
Port 636 - LDAP Contextless Login Secure (if used)
To test if a port is open, use the Telnet utility. For example, to test port 524, Telnet to the server on port 524, and see if it answers. (telnet <ip_address_of_the_server> 524) If the connection is successful, you get a cursor prompt. If not, you get an error such as "could not open connection to the host." (<Ctrl><C> to end.)
Note that, on Windows 7, the Telnet utility is not installed by default, and you may need to go to Control Panel - Programs and Features - Turn Windows Features On and Off, in order to enable it.
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- Document ID:7012408
- Creation Date:13-MAY-13
- Modified Date:13-MAY-13
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