Groupwise 7 Error 8200
Favorite Rating: GroupWise Error  when accessing a shared folderThis document (7000796) is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of this document. Environment Novell GroupWise 6.5 Situation When User A shares a folder with User B and the administrator then disables the GroupWise account for User A, User B will no longer be able to access information in the shared folder. Instead, "GroupWise Error " is displayed whenever the shared folder is highlighted. At the same time, the Post Office Agent for User B's post office will display GroupWise Error  when accessing a shared folder Error: User Database is temporarily disabled [D714] User: Xxxx Note that this error will be displayed at the post office of the user trying to access the shared folder and not the post office to which the owner of the folder belongs. Furthermore, using the above-mentioned example, when User B views the properties of the shared folder and selects the Sharing Tab, User B will appear to be the owner of the shared folder. Resolution This problem can be resolved by re-enabling the account of the shared folder owner. Other users in the Share List will then be able to access the folder again and will reflect the correct ownership and membership of the list. Please note: This does not affect GroupWise 7. Shared folders will continue to function even after the owner has been disabled. This does however make it more difficult to establish whether or not a user owns any shared folders before being deleted. An enhancement request has been raised to consider adding a way to establish if a user has shared any folders or address books in preperation for the account to be deleted. Additional Information Steps to duplicate: 1) User A: Share a Folder in GroupWise with User B. 2) Log into the account for User B, accept the shared folder and close the GroupWise client. 3) In ConsoleOne, view the properties of User A, select GroupWise Account and check "Disable Logins"4) Once the administrative change has been synchronised, log into the account for User B again. 5) Highlight the shared folder and observe the  error 6) View the properties of the shared folder and observe that User B is listed as "Accepted" and "Owner"7) On the Post Office Agent, observe the [D714] error implicating User A. (even if User A exists on a different Post Office) This is working as designed.Formerly known as TID# 10091608 DisclaimerThis Support Knowledgebase provides a valuable tool for NetIQ/Novell/SUSE customers and parties interested in our products and solutions to acquire information, ideas and learn from one another. Materials are pro
Path not found 820B Path too long 820E Cannot lock file 8210 Cannot create path 8211 Cannot rename file 8212 Password incorrect 8214 Unsupported encryption level 8215 Path root error 8219 Cannot connect to remote network resource 821A Access to a critical file denied 8200 File I/O error Source: GroupWise engine; file input/output. Explanation: Generic file I/O error. Any file I/O error that cannot be mapped to a more specific file I/O error message. Possible Cause: A GroupWise database has been damaged so it is unrecognizable as a GroupWise database, for example, having a size of 0 KB or 2 GB. Action: For the locations of GroupWise databases in https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7000796 domains and post offices, see Domain Directory and Post Office Directory in Directory Structure Diagrams in GroupWise 8 Troubleshooting 3: Message Flow and Directory Structure. Restore the damaged databases from backup. Possible Cause: One or more of the GroupWise databases might have an invalid owner or no owner. Action: Check the ownership of the GroupWise databases. If necessary, change the ownership to a valid user such as the system administrator. Possible Cause: If this error occurs http://www.novell.com/documentation/gw8/gw8_tsh1/data/b4k0tb1.html when users are trying to log in to GroupWise through the GroupWise Internet Agent from a POP3 mail client, the post office link information needed by the GroupWise Internet Agent might be incorrect. Action: Check the post office link set up for the GroupWise Internet Agent. In ConsoleOne, browse to and select the Domain object where the Internet Agent is installed. Right-click the GWIA object, then click Properties. Click Post Office Links, select the post office, then click Edit Link. Make sure the IP address and TCP port for the POA are specified correctly in the Client/Server Access box. See Internet Agent in the GroupWise 8 Administration Guide. 8201 Access to file denied Source: GroupWise engine; file input/output. Explanation: Access denied. The program tried to access or open a file that did not have or allow sharing. The program might also have tried to create a file that already exists. Possible Cause: If this error occurs from the POA, the POA might not have access to a required file. Action: Start the POA including the /rights switch to determine the specific problem the POA is encountering. See Using POA Startup Switches in Post Office Agent in the GroupWise 8 Administration Guide. Possible Cause: If this error occurs when creating a post office, you might not be connected to the domain in which you are trying to create the post
Ohh, yes, way back when it was first introduced I did it and it worked, but since then, unless it's on the same server, I've had problems. I did go through that TS guide and checked the things that I felt could possibly apply. I didn't http://ngwlist.com/pipermail/ngw/2006-February/088278.html know you could run standalone gwcheck on ngwguard. Mind telling me how you do this? I do https://books.google.com/books?id=4EByDntg76UC&pg=PT920&lpg=PT920&dq=groupwise+7+error+8200&source=bl&ots=tz-1sgxqqd&sig=TTa1mZh6xPw5cqPXEm7hsciaVO4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjNqoSG_NnPAhUKw1QKHeHsCj4Q6AEIUDAH run regular maintenance on my system - and I don't get errors on my ngwguard anywhere else, so if there were problems, wouldn't they have shown up prior to this? Connie W ----- Original Message ----- From: "Pat Noordsij"
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