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matto

Hi, I moved a data from a non-mac volume on an NT 4.0
server to a mac enabled volume on a 2k3 server. I'm now
getting the 12042 error everytime a Word temp file is
created.
here's the message
Event ID: 12042
Source: MacFile
Type: Error
Description: Internal server information for file "[PATH
to FILE]:
AFP_AfpInfo" was corrupted. Setting default information.

Do I need to worry about this?
(Yes I realize this is a win2k forum)
 
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Patrick Peccatte

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matto said:
Hi, I moved a data from a non-mac volume on an NT 4.0
server to a mac enabled volume on a 2k3 server. I'm now
getting the 12042 error everytime a Word temp file is
created.
here's the message
Event ID: 12042
Source: MacFile
Type: Error
Description: Internal server information for file "[PATH
to FILE]:
AFP_AfpInfo" was corrupted. Setting default information.

Do I need to worry about this?
(Yes I realize this is a win2k forum)

Index of the Mac enabled volume is probably corrupted
You can apply one of the method described in article 147909:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;147909
Method 5 corrupting intentionnaly Afp_IdIndex is probably the best

You can also:
- stop SFM
- suppress Mac sharing on the volume
- redefine Mac sharing on the volume
- restart SFM
(caution, re-indexing a Mac volume can spend a long time)

Note: you can display the main info stored in Afp_Info (Creator/Type) using
one or our free tool MacInfoTip or MacExplorer, see:
http://peccatte.karefil.com/software/MacInfoTip/MacInfoTip.htm
http://peccatte.karefil.com/software/MacExp/MacExpENG.htm
 
M

matto

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In
matto said:
Hi, I moved a data from a non-mac volume on an NT 4.0
server to a mac enabled volume on a 2k3 server. I'm now
getting the 12042 error everytime a Word temp file is
created.
here's the message
Event ID: 12042
Source: MacFile
Type: Error
Description: Internal server information for file "[PATH
to FILE]:
AFP_AfpInfo" was corrupted. Setting default information.

Do I need to worry about this?
(Yes I realize this is a win2k forum)

Index of the Mac enabled volume is probably corrupted
You can apply one of the method described in article 147909:
us;147909
Method 5 corrupting intentionnaly Afp_IdIndex is probably the best

You can also:
- stop SFM
- suppress Mac sharing on the volume
- redefine Mac sharing on the volume
- restart SFM
(caution, re-indexing a Mac volume can spend a long time)

Note: you can display the main info stored in Afp_Info (Creator/Type) using
one or our free tool MacInfoTip or MacExplorer, see:
http://peccatte.karefil.com/software/MacInfoTip/MacInfoTip ..htm
http://peccatte.karefil.com/software/MacExp/MacExpENG.htm
--
Patrick Peccatte
www.softexperience.com


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Yeah, I'm not getting any of the messages except 12042.
This article http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?
scid=kb;en-us;130633
is closer to my issue, and I think it's not really a
problem, but I need to KNOW before I continue with this
mirgration. Come on 2k3 sp1!!
 
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Patrick Peccatte

matto said:
Yeah, I'm not getting any of the messages except 12042.
This article http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?
scid=kb;en-us;130633
is closer to my issue, and I think it's not really a
problem, but I need to KNOW before I continue with this
mirgration. Come on 2k3 sp1!!
You're right
Seems like the resurgence of a very old "bugwhichisnotreallybug".
Go ahead MS, we are waiting for "dancing icons" in 2K3 SP1 ;-)
 

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