CSM 3.1 and LMS 2.6 on same server

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Apr 17th, 2008
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Hi all


First qn, is ok to install CSM on the same server as LMS?


I have installed CSM 3.1 on the same server as LMS 2.6, installation went fine but now i cant access LMS as CSM has now taken the port 1741 which was meant for the LMS Http access, how can i be able to access both applications ?


Stupid qn yes, but when i read the prerequietes , i didnt see any issues or maybe i missed something . Any help will be highly appreciated


MM





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Joe Clarke Thu, 04/17/2008 - 12:35
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LMS 2.6 and CSM 3.1 cannot be installed on the same server. Such a configuration is not supported. However, even when installed on separate machines, you can still integrate the two DCRs, and use Single Sign On across both servers.

emaamur2006 Fri, 04/18/2008 - 01:34
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Hi Joe


One more qn, If i use another server for CMS, i will need to install common services on it, can i use the same version, CD (License) for common services that i have on my current LMS ? I mean, would i have some issues with licensing ? Must i buy another LMS, that is Common services, as i can buy it as a standalone ?


Regards


MM



emaamur2006 Fri, 04/18/2008 - 04:40
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Hi


I have unistalled CSM but i still have some issues accessing LMS, when i browse it , it still goes to CSM, although i have uninstalled it. I can access Common services and resource manager from the server itself but cant see any of the other components of LMS


Any idea how i can go around this, i know LMS is still there but i cant access some of the applications


Thanks in advance


MM



Joe Clarke Fri, 04/18/2008 - 07:47
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You will need to first uninstall BOTH CSM and LMS, then reinstall LMS from scratch. You could then restore any previous good LMS backup.

Joe Clarke Fri, 04/18/2008 - 07:51
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You will need to install Common Services on both servers. Common Services is unlicensed, but CSM has its own license. So you will need a license for LMS, and a license for CSM. These should have been included when you purchased each bundle.

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