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Old 10-12-2011, 12:03 PM
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Default MM R5.2 FEDBSync

I have a new R5.2 MAS/MSS single platform where some users are having issues with password access. I have seen this on other sites and ran FEDBSync to clear this up. I am trying remember when running FEDBSync do I need to stop services, backup files etc., or can I just run the FEDBSync program and it will look after the services. If I need to backup files, what files and wher do I find them. If I need to stop services what services. Do I need to stop all ports while running this? Thanks.

PS the issue is some users cannot log in, I change the password in MSS Subscribers but it still does not allow access.
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