000018366 - Administrating the ACE/Server through a Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client.

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Article Number000018366
Applies ToMicrosoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server
Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client
Terminal Services
Terminal Server
RSA ACE/Server 4.1 (no longer supported as of 2-1-2004)
RSA ACE/Server 5.0 (no longer supported as of 8-15-2004)
IssueAdministrating the ACE/Server through a Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client.
User cannot run the "Database Administration - Host Mode" when administrating the ACE/Server through a Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client.
Error: "This account does not have permissions to log database".
User has installed the ACE/Server with the Windows NT Administrator's account.  Even though the ACE/Server Administrator is logged in correctly, he cannot access the database administration host mode and gets the error:  "This account does not have permissions to log database".
Error: "Unable to connect to database. A replica management session may already be
running. Only one session at a time is allowed"
CauseAdministrating the ACE/Server through a Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client has a limitation when running the "Database Administration - Host Mode".  The error message "This account does not have permissions to log database" will appear even if you are correctly logged into the ACE/Server machine.  Running "Database Administration - Host Mode" is not supported when running Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server.
Replication Management will give the error "Unable to connect to database. A replica management session may already be
running. Only one session at a time is allowed" when the database is running but it will run if the database brokers are stopped.
ResolutionA workaround for this is to run "Database Administration - Remote Mode" when logging in to the ACE/Server database.  Accessing the database in this way will require the admin to enter the name and PASSCODE of the ACE/Server Administrator.
Legacy Article ID6.0.3915254.2970179

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