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September 20, 2005 4:45:32 AM

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Hi,
I use Norton Ghost Multicast server. I want to make the image of
customer. I used a boot disk for the custumer, I open multicast server
on my server (windows 2000 server), I create a session.... and the
following message appear on the muticasr server : " RML_accept failed:
Interrupted function call ". I don't understand what is the meaning of
RML "accept" and I don't know what I can do. Someone can help me?
Ben.

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Anonymous
September 20, 2005 1:17:40 PM

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From: "ben" <benjamin-stepha.chabroux@ac-creteil.fr>

| Hi,
| I use Norton Ghost Multicast server. I want to make the image of
| customer. I used a boot disk for the custumer, I open multicast server
| on my server (windows 2000 server), I create a session.... and the
| following message appear on the muticasr server : " RML_accept failed:
| Interrupted function call ". I don't understand what is the meaning of
| RML "accept" and I don't know what I can do. Someone can help me?
| Ben.

Ben:

This is a very specific Symantec Enterprise Ghost error.

Are you sure you are using Enterprise Ghost v6.0 ? The latest version is v8.0.

I have had no problems using Symantec Enterprise Ghost v7 and v8.0 on a Win2K SP4
workstation (there is NO reason to use this on Win2K Server) and used it extensivle
implementing Multi-cast IP.

I strongly suggest calling Symantec Support on this problem. Note that if you are using
v6.0 support is most likely NOT availble since it is so old (did it even exist ?).

I searched the Symantec Kowledge Base on "RML_accept failed" and came up empty.

I also suggest posting to a Symantec News Group such as; symantec.customerservice.general



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Dave
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September 23, 2005 11:04:51 AM

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Thank Dave,

You was right, I used Northon Ghost v8 and it's all right,

Thanks a lot
Anonymous
September 23, 2005 3:54:44 PM

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From: "ben" <benjamin-stepha.chabroux@ac-creteil.fr>

| Thank Dave,
|
| You was right, I used Northon Ghost v8 and it's all right,
|
| Thanks a lot

Actually it is Symantec Enterprise Ghost v8.0

Norton branded products are retail products.
Symantec branded products are enterprise/corporate products.

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm
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