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Hi Guys,

We have a very odd issue happening. A client has a Client Server Application deployed; communication between Client and Server happens over COM+. When we install the TECTIA Client to the Server Machine, all COM+ from the Client Machine fails. When we remove the TECTIA Client, all is well....

Both Client and Server machines are WIN2K3 with the latest service patches. Tectia Client Version: ssh-tectia-client-with-eft-5.3.3.56

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks Augeneer

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asked May 17 '12 at 01:47

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edited May 17 '12 at 21:15

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It was the firewall... tectia changes firewall settings by the looks of things.

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answered May 17 '12 at 02:59

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Not sure why the question does not show up. The preview is OK when I edit it. Hence I have now marked it as community wiki for someone to help me out.

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answered May 17 '12 at 01:54

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I fixed the original post so it shows now.

We don't change the the firewall, but the client EFT package has capture components if the Full package is installed that make some changes to the TCP stack, and this can cause some issues on some systems with other software that does their own stack changes.

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answered May 17 '12 at 21:20

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