3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 20, 2010 3:06 AM by afrogers

    Login error in new test environment

    afrogers Apprentice

      I have just built a new test environment and have successfully completed the MDM on the test database.  However, when I try to login using either Console or WebDesk, I get the error "Request for the permission of type  'System.Data.SqlClient.SqlClientPermission, System.Data,  Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089'  failed.


      I am using a Windows 2008 64bit server, so I'm sure this is probably a roles\permissions issue somewhere but I can't find the discrepancy between my live server and this test server.





        • 1. Re: Login error in new test environment

          The first time you started the console, did you right click on the colsole icon and select "Run a adminsitrator"?  If not, it probably does not have permision to create the config files.  I ran into this with Windows 7 machines when the console was installed.  Also note that going to Start - All Programs - LANDesk - LANDesk Service Desk - Console on a 64 bit machine will only run the 64 bit version of the console.  The 32 bit version is there but will only start if you navigate to the directory and start it from the directory.


          Of course like you said, it might also be that your missing permissions to some folders.

          • 2. Re: Login error in new test environment
            afrogers Apprentice

            Thanks for that Carl but no joy, I thinks there is something more general going on with the server as I get the same error in Console and WebDesk, the joys of Windows 2008.

            • 3. Re: Login error in new test environment
              afrogers Apprentice

              I discovered the cause of the error, it was the application of the 7.3.1 patches, i.e. the new dlls.  Merely copying the dlls on a Windows 2008 server is not enough, as I was copying from a share on another server the dlls need to be unblocked.