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SetDpmServer Error Code Catalog for Workgroup Computers

Updated: April 21, 2010

Applies To: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

The following error codes can be generated by SetDpmSnerver.exe on a workgroup computer. These error codes display message that provides information or notifies you of a problem.

Some error messages contain placeholder text, such as <AccountName>. The placeholder text indicates a value that SetDpmServer.exe provides in the actual error message.

 

Error Codes Error Messages

ID 32692

Please make sure that you have administrator privileges on this computer and are running this program from an elevated command prompt.

ID 32693

User account <Account Name> already exists on this computer. Please provide a different user account name.

ID 32694

The password provided does not meet the security guidelines. Please retry with a different password.

ID 32695

Passwords did not match.

ID 32696

This server is not configured to be protected as a workgroup server.

ID 32697

The specified DNS suffix is incorrect.

ID 32698

The DPM server name is not a fully qualified domain name. If you have specified ProductionServerDnsSuffix and want to use the fully qualified domain name of this server, you must also specify the fully qualified domain name for the DPM server.

ID 32699

The ForceGuest value must be disabled in order to protect this computer. Disable the ForceGuest setting and then retry this operation. For more information about how to disable the ForceGuest value, please see How to Disable ForceGuest in Windows XP (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=169580).

ID 32700

The user name specified conflicts with the NETBIOS name of the DPM server or protected computer. Please specify a different user name.

ID 32701

This server does not have a fully qualified domain name. You must specify one of the following:

  • The NETBIOS name for the DPM server.

  • This server's DNS suffix in the productionserverdnssuffix parameter. Do this if you want to use the fully qualified domain name of the DPM server.

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