I'm attempting to move some subscribers between two unity servers. The servers are running 4.04sr1 and 4.21. they are in the same AD domain. we have 1 Dialing domain setup. I can leave messages on both servers.
when I attempt to use the GSM to move a subscriber from the 4.04 server to the 4.21 server it says the stream files directory is not shared properly. both servers have the directory shared, the share is set to full control for everyone. I went ahead and made the folder security have explict full control permissions to the folder and files. I can connect to the share on either server and do anythign I want to the files in the folder (delete/create/rename etc..)
is there something I missed, I opened a case with the TAC and they have only pointed me back to the help file.
Both the source and destination servers must have a "Stream Files" share. GSM checks to see if the "\\\Stream Files" share exists on the source server. On the destination server it attempts to create "\\\Stream Files\TESTWRITEACCESSFILE.TMP". From your description I can only think that possibly they are not shared as "Stream Files".
Email me at smilliga at cisco.com and I can work with you to get to the bottom of this problem. I can build a version with more diagnostics in this area to hopefully determine why this check is failing.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.