Lotus Notes 6.5

Hi ,

I have sequenced lotus notes version 6.5 and depl;oyed the application in sccm.When i am trying to connect to a specific database i am getting an error as insufficient disk space but able to connect to other database. This problem i am facing only in sequenced application but not in source. Kindly help me.

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Posted by: DannyC 14 years ago
Orange Belt
I'm not familiar with this exact problem but I suspect that you're getting some kind of write access into the virtual environment - in which case two things spring to mind;

Firstly, have you deselected the option to enforce security descriptors on the package during sequencing?
Secondly, have you tried running procmon to see if you get any access denied errors?

Posted by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian 13 years ago
Senior Purple Belt
I have deselected the option enforce security descriptors. But when i check the same with source it is giving different error.

To be precise,  after installing the source when i try to connect to database it shows file not exists but when i try to connect to database using sequenced package it shows error as parameter incorrect. I dont know why it is happening.

Also when i checked the application folder size after installing the source(EXE) it was 2.55 GB but when i install the same application in Q:\ the application folder size is 2.47GB. This is some what unbelievable. Did any one worked ion this apps?
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