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I have a problem with an RM CC3 network I am unable to solve and I hope someone ...
27th January 2009, 10:26 AM #1
RM CC3 Slowdown
I have a problem with an RM CC3 network I am unable to solve and I hope someone out there can point me in the right direction!
A pupil logs on, gets passed the "applying personal settings" stage, then RM Explorer 2 appears, but it appears grey. The interesting part is that there is a lot of disk activity, but I can access and browse the Start Menu which is very fast. Eventually RM Explorer 2 does appear.
Checking the event logs they look pretty clean, however in the Application log there was one error that caught my attention:
I don't know if this is causing the slow down, but what exactly does it mean? Searching for 0xe0001d03 in Google comes up with nothing! Many thanks!
RM Local Support Tools
AssignPartition: GetVolumeInformation failed for drive c:\program files\research machines\network management\RM LST SAG\temp\, error was 21, hr = 0xe0001d03, Line: 353, Module: PartitionHelper.cpp. (For full details see RM C3I Engine log files.)
27th January 2009, 10:29 AM #2
Looks like local support tools has it's knickers in a twist.
Is this on every machine, or just this user on mulitple machines or?
Normally, a quick reinstall of LST fixes things like this!
27th January 2009, 10:55 AM #3
I've picked three random machines and they all seem to have the error. How would I re-install LST?
RMMC > Workstations > Main Site, then looking under Allocated System Packages I cannot seem to find anything along the lines of LST or RM Local Support Tools, so where can I find it and what is it named? Thanks
27th January 2009, 01:53 PM #4
Found it, it's under Allocated Application Packages - RM LST SAG
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