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CMS-XML Login to Web client gets Server Mesg: Login Failed
Login to Web client gets Server Mesg: Login Failed
CMS-XML Login failed unable to connect to the database using Agile Administrator
Login failed unable to connect to the database using Agile Administrator
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: ZOS Login failed in the RSTAT command
KM-Dim9: ZOS Login failed in the RSTAT command
CMS-XML Web Client login fails - You are not licensed to use this functionality...
Web Client login fails - You are not licensed to use this functionality...
CMS-XML "Login failed for user sa : Reason "not associated with a trusted SQL Server"
" Login failed for user sa : Reason "not associated with a trusted SQL Server"
CMS-XML Login failed for user "sa" Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server Conn
Login failed for user "sa" Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server Conn
CMS-XML MARINER: E-Dictionary Tool causes login to fail
Problem: Unable to login - Access Denied (Note - This issue was reported by users with Korean as their workstation language)
CMS-XML How does the failed login attempt counter work? Are the number of failed logins stored in the database?
How does the failed login attempt counter work? Are the number of failed logins stored in the database?
CMS-XML KM-Dim9:42979-CM_NO_CM_LOGINError: Login to Content Manager URL "%s" failed
KM-Dim9:42979-CM_NO_CM_LOGINError: Login to Content Manager URL "%s" failed
CMS-XML Login attempt to SBM 10.1 Application Repository fails with no error message
If a user attempts to log in to the SBM 10.1 Application Repository and they do not get an error message while the " Sign In " button remains disabled, this could be caused by the gsoap virtual directory in IIS not being accessible or the wrong URL being used for sbminternalservices72. This will write an error message in the "sso-sts.log" located in the "Program Files\Serena\SBM\Common\jboss405\server\default\log" directory.
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