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Tinus

ERA HTTP Update Server not working on 2012 R2

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Hi,

 

I'm a long time ESET user and moved ERA 5.1.34 from a SBS 2008 to a 2012 R2 Essentials Server. Everything is working except that all Clients can't download any updates. I went through all troubleshootings and FAQs, verified Firewall Settings and permission, reinstalled ERA Server, no luck.

 

Is there any known incompatibility with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials?

 

The log shows that unspecific Problem with reconfiguration:

[2013-11-12 08:56:47.110] V1 [5281df070000] [00002780] <INIT_INFO> Reloading server configuration
[2013-11-12 08:56:47.204] V1 [5281df070000] [00002780] <HTTPSERVER_INFO> unregistering mirror server
[2013-11-12 08:56:47.204] V1 [5281df070000] [00002780] <HTTPSERVER_INFO> registering mirror server
[2013-11-12 08:56:47.204] V2 [5281df070000] [00002780] <HTTPSERVER_ERROR> Problem with reconfiguring mirror server after configuration initialization.

 

Regards

Martin

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If you run "sc query ERA_HTTP_SERVER", is the ERA http server actually running or not?

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Does restarting the ERA http server service as follows help?

- with elevated admin rights, run "net stop ERA_HTTP_SERVER"

- run "net start ERA_HTTP_SERVER"

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No, does not help. As already said I've been through all the known FAQs.

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Hello Tinus,

 

could you please provide us with PortQry output?

C:\>PortQry.exe -n server -e 2221 -p TCP > PorQry.txt  ?

 

have you tried to configure it to listen on another port?

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Querying target system called:

aserver

Attempting to resolve name to IP address...


Name resolved to 192.168.1.1

querying...

TCP port 2221 (unknown service): LISTENING


If I do a netstat -a -b:

TCP 0.0.0.0:2221 AServer:0 ABHÖREN [EHttpSrv.exe]

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Hello Tinus,

 

could you please try it with different port, let's say 7777.

Other application may listen on that port as well.

 

Thank you.

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