In the meanwhile:
- I uninstalled the worker
- installed fmserver single machine
- IIS is working
- when trying to install the webengine I get webserver: No webservers are available when clicked next by single machine install
IIS 7 is working!
Then I update 10.0.1. to the latest 10.0.20
But the same result.
Thank you for your post.
First, make sure you have the necessary ports open. This would cause an authorization error. The necessary ports can be found in Knowledge Base Article #6427:
Also, make sure you also have the correct read/write privileges for the directories.
The error of the XSLT test shows to increase the number of Web Publishing Engine sessions. What is the current setting?
Any other information you can provide may be helpful.
32bit or 64bit OS?
Thank you for your help.
I pinpointed the problem. The master has two network connections. 1 for Office use ( connected with the LDAP ). And 1 for a connections to the avid network.
The worker has to have a 116 connection . Configuration is no problem but test returns: "forbidden authorisation".
If i put the worker in the 145 network, It is all working perfectly.
All ports are open om 116. Ping from worker to master and visaversa is Oké.
permissions on the databases are oke.
Fmserver seems two recieve on 116 and answer back via 145
Do you know if it is possible to run fmserver in combination with a worker: on a machine with two network connections?
The servers are windows 2008 - 32 bit
Thank you the additional information.
FileMaker will not recognize two network cards, and depending on the network card, it can be difficult to set up. I would recommend disconnecting one network card, install FileMaker Server and deploy, and then turn on the second network card.
I was just logging in to contribute this solution. It is exactly what i did. Uninstalled fmserver disabled one network and installed.
Ather that i enabled the network and all is working :o)
Thanks for your help.
I already reported this problem sometime in September 2009 and still got no concrete response from them.