Just installed callmanager 3.1 on IBMx330 box, the OS is looking for the above mentioned file (ibmspc) .
I have found 2 seperate versions of this file on the ibm cd that came with the server and browsed and installed the driver.If I look under winnt/system32/drivers I can see it though I dont know exactly what this file relates to a search of the registry suggests the scsi controller could have something to do with it.
There is also a problem with DC directory the service says starting but never starts the netstat command diplays nothing listening on port 102
Has anyone seen these issues with CM and x330 servers
after the install of all software it asks if you would like to reboot I said know as a windows installer package dc directory was still installing
this hung like this for more than 1/2 an hour.
This was the second time I have seen this behaviour ie the second install.
How i installed
1)put in the first disk that detects hardware
2)then prompted me for disk 3 with the x330 image
I put in the appropriate keys paswds etc
so 98% of the install works fine just the dc directory takes an eternity and doesnt appear to be doing anything under task manager.
Why does the it say setup is finished would u like to reboot if the windows package installer is still doing the dc directory bit ?
Any info on the ibmspc file would be good as well thanks.
You should talk to Cisco TAC about this. I know that there have been DC Directory problems relating to installation and they may be able to give you some pointers on that. As far as the ibmspc file they may be able to tell you something about that as well.
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