Ok, we've got the point. But when it is too late Symantec should be more
specific about such an important thing. Now, we can't reverse the process,
the server is a total lost. A small notice on the web site warn us but
that's all... it is not sufficent. However, I've red this notice prior
to install the software. But under a proxy liveupdate wasn't able to reach
the web so I had to reboot. I know now I didn't choose the right path but
once again, something in the installation process should prevent a so
desastrous event to occur. It is simply not responsible from a large
corporation to avoid custommers security that much.
It is an opinion, but regardless how good is the software, PCAnywhere is a
usefull tool, they should take care of how they organize their information.
This warning should have been placed before everything ! Peter Norton will
not come to help me fix up everything.
> The certified vversion is 9.20. You need to uninstall it. Then re-install
> again but don't restart the system, just go to liveupdate. It will
> it to ver9.20 then restart.
> > I installed PCanywhere 9 and after rebooting my machine I recieved the
> > Logn dialog box problems. I was able to boot in safe mode and uninstall
> > software. This software is supposed to be certified for Windows 2000. If
> > anyone figures out how to get it to work please let me know.
> > > i don't know about 9.02, but 9.2 works well
> > > by the way, what is VNC ?
> > > > I've had quite the same problem with win2000 pro and win2000 avd
> > > > server when using PCanywhere 9.0: a logon box with strange
> > > > letters and no way to log on. But I didn't succeded in rescueing
> > > > the system even with ERD. I had to reinstall it all again.
> > > > I will try PCanywhere 9.02 and let you know if it still hangs
> > > > up. At the present time I use VNC wich is good enough for my use.
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