My client have two W7 Pro with ADS 9.1 and replication, using DD with adt tables. Yesterday they called and was unable to connect the client computer to the computer with the ADS. I noticed that none of the other computers showed up in Network computers, but I could still access them by typing in the UNC path. Using ARC32 I could not access the ads from the client I would get 6420 error. I added the port to the connection path and get 6097 error. Those two computer have been working for over two years with no problem. Then I changed the connection to Local in Arc32 and it connects with no problem, even using the old connection path. So I'm only able to use local connections but the problem is the replication will not work on a local connection. I have no problem connection Remote on the computer with the ADS and I can connect both if I change the server type to Local. Thanks for any help. Kim

asked 01 Mar '16, 11:15

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edited 01 Mar '16, 11:23

Is ADS up and running on the "server" PC? Did you change the port? Does the firewall of the server allow incoming UDP and TCP on port 6262?


answered 01 Mar '16, 13:06

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