Error: The Citrix Desktop Service was refused a connection to the delivery controller ” (IP Address ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’)

Try to determine which files are taking up disk space. on Identity disk

For access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume at C:Program FilesCitrixPvsVmServicePersistedData, you will need to execute the command prompt under the context of the Local System account via PsExec tool

The PsExec tool is available for download at this location

http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/psexec

Follow these steps to access the Identity disk volume on the VDA:

1. Open elevated command prompt <Run as administrator>

2. execute the command under the context of the Local System account via PsExec:

PSEXEC -i -s cmd.exe

This it to access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume

3. Navigate to the root of the junction “PersistedData”, and execute the following command:

DIR /O:S /S > C:{location}Out.txt

4. Open out.txt using Notepad or text editor

5. Check the files taking up the disk space.

6. Move the unwanted files to an alternate location or delete them

Note: You may see .gpf files which shouldn’t be deleted. BrokerAgent.exe writes changed farm policies to %ProgramData%CitrixPvsAgentLocallyPersistedDataBrokerAgentInfo<GUID>.gpf. BrokerAgent.exe then triggers a policy evaluation via CitrixCseClient.dll.

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Event ID 1023 Error: The Citrix Desktop Service was refused a connection to the delivery controller ” (IP Address ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’). VDAs in Delivery Group losing registration with the Delivery Controllers

Try to determine which files are taking up disk space. on Identity disk

For access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume at C:Program FilesCitrixPvsVmServicePersistedData, you will need to execute the command prompt under the context of the Local System account via PsExec tool

The PsExec tool is available for download at this location

http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/psexec

Follow these steps to access the Identity disk volume on the VDA:

1. Open elevated command prompt <Run as administrator>

2. execute the command under the context of the Local System account via PsExec:

PSEXEC -i -s cmd.exe

This it to access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume

3. Navigate to the root of the junction “PersistedData”, and execute the following command:

DIR /O:S /S > C:{location}Out.txt

4. Open out.txt using Notepad or text editor

5. Check the files taking up the disk space.

6. Move the unwanted files to an alternate location or delete them

Note: You may see .gpf files which shouldn’t be deleted. BrokerAgent.exe writes changed farm policies to %ProgramData%CitrixPvsAgentLocallyPersistedDataBrokerAgentInfo<GUID>.gpf. BrokerAgent.exe then triggers a policy evaluation via CitrixCseClient.dll.

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Pre upgrade check fails and do not create output

When I try to run the fixlet “IBM BigFix Pre upgrade check (Version 9.5.8) against the BigFix server, it fails.
But, while I had expected to find the output file with further details of why the check fails, I am not able to find the preupgrade.out file. The relevant output from the fixlet is as follows:

Completed wait cmd.exe /C __LocalPreCheckBESAdmin.exe /preupgrade /standalone
Completed parameter “exitCode”=”{exists true whose (if true then (exit code of action = 0) else false)}”
Completed if {“True” = parameter “exitCode”}
Completed //rename the preupgrade.out to preupgrade-9.5.8.out
Failed move “{parameter “installDir” & “preupgrade.out”}” “{parameter “installDir” & “preupgrade-9.5.8.out”}”
else
//rename the preupgrade.out to preupgrade-9.5.8-datetime.err

How can I find out why the fixlet fails? I have searched the entire disk for the file preupgrade.*

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My customer would like to eliminate – or at least customize the Datacap Navigator Scan Panel to allow only privileged users to import files from the Import directory rather than using
the scanner. They would like to block all scanner operators from doing so and
could not find the best way to achieve this. The same requirements applies for the cancel batch operation too.

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Converting to Responsive questions

I have several questions relating to moving from Classic to Responsive.
1. I’m getting an error on activating a GQ based on one of the widgets added but I don’t know what it means. The error is: ‘First name’ and ‘Last name’ must be present in any path that leads to a Submit button.
2. On the GQ panel in WB if I click on ‘Update Gateway Questionnaire associations’ shouldn’t there be something showing the Number of associated Talent Gateways? Also, if a job posting currently has no GQ is there a way to batch update postings to add that. I was able to use replacement for one that I manually added but otherwise I’m not sure how to get that updated.
3. Is there an easy way to find a job posting with a specific GQ attached?

Thanks!
SPrescott

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EXCI resp 88 resp2 203, IRP return code x’5C’ (IRERRNLG)

I have a batch EXCI program that uses MRO to communicate to your CICS Transaction Server region. My Batch program is able to issue the
Batch EXCI requests to my Production CICS regions successfully but when the same batch program tries to issue the EXCI requests to my Test
CICS regions, the program receives EXCI response of RESP=00000088 and RESP2=00000203 (meaning NO_CICS) and IRP return code of
x’5C’ (IRERRNLG) meaing the other system is not logged on to DFHIRP.

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Can you upload a batch of documents to Watson Discovery?

I have a process that listens for file uploads to my app and then uploads those files to Discovery. I ran into an issue when sending a bunch of documents (multiple requests in succession) and received the error:

> The service is busy processing 20 of
> your documents. Please wait for some
> of the documents to complete, then try
> again.

Is there a way to send a batch of documents to Discovery where the number of documents doesn’t matter? Or is my only option to ping Discovery after recieving the above error and building out a queue on my side?

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Unable to Find pst from user workstations using -scanRegistry Switch with FindPST.bat program

Hello,

I am trying to discover user pst files over the network to prepare them for archiving with IBM Content Collector.
My source system is Microsoft Exchange and target system is IBM FileNet P8 Content Platform Engine.
I am using the following command
**”findpst.bat -computer -scanRegistry Yes -output c:findpst.csv”**

Above command ends with no error and shows no activity on the cmd console
Is there something to do with the permissions of the user which is configured with Email Connector Service.

Urgent responses are required.

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