We used to run LMS 2.6 on a Windows Server 2003R2 (Standard Edition). The server has been shut for about 2 years. Recently we powered it up so as to retrieve some info from the LMS application (we have some old cisco 1900switches on our network - please do not comment - and I needed to run usertracking on them, since 1900 aren't supported by our current LMS 4.1). The thing is that I get an error "DCA Server is down or inaccessible".
Looking at the DRCServer.log I see the following:
ERROR: Certificate Date Invalid java.security.cert.CertificateExpiredException: NotAfter: Mon Oct 29 12:03:33 EET 2012
Is there a way I can change the expiration date? I am not sure if this is the problem, but I would like to give it a shot!
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