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    SIMS on a standalone Laptop Problems!!!

    Hi Our SIMS manager has a laptop with SIMS on it standalone laptop for testing. The problem is Document Server doesn't seem to be working the rest of SIMS is working ok... When running document server it comes up with a document server not working!!! Any ideas please???
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    try running dmconfig.exe from within program files\sims\sims.net document server\ via the command prompt, that'll tell you exectly what setting s the document server is configured to use, make sure your sims db is setup with the same values.

    If they need changing edit SIMSDocumentServer_<servername>.config

    you'll need to restart the document server service whenever you make a change.

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    solutions :)

    I know the answer to this one

    All you need to do is go into Internet explorer and take the following route.

    Tools | Internet Options | Connections tab | LAN settings | in exceptions type:-
    127.0.0.1; servername*;

    then in sims.net if you go to Tools | Setups | document management server | delete the document management serversa that are there.

    then add a new one called say DOCSTORAGE in descriptions for example, use port 8080 and add the computer name to 127.0.0.1 or map it to the server.

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    Many thanks both of you that FIXed my problem


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