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    I've installed Oracle8i into a windows 2000 Server which is joined in a domain (eg ABC). An error occurs when starting the console (VTK-1000:Unable to connect to the management server oradb.Please verify that you have entered the correct host name and the status of the Oracle Management Server. )

    I've done the following :-
    1. Logout the server out of the domain & login as Administrator to its own domain.
    2. Exclude "SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NTS)" @ sqlnet.ora file
    3. Set the Local Security Policy to include the administrator @ "log on as a service"
    4. Change the OracleOraHome81ManagementServer Service account to this administrator
    5. Reboot the server
    6. Manually start the service but still not able to

    Can anyone advise what other steps should I do ?
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    Have you created a repository for the Management Server? If you haven't, you need to go to the Configuration Manager and create a repository first.
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    Of course, I've built the repository. Thanks.
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    Is this your fresh install or an exisiting install. If it were of a fresh install, then what was the user name and password you were using? In the mean time make sure that you had started the intelligent agent too...

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    Yes, it is a fresh installation. The user name and password is the default one (ie sysman & oem_temp)

    I've started all the necessary services like inteliigent agent, ClientCache, DataGatherer, TNSlistener, DB

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    Did you start the management server?

    Sam
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    re:

    thats right you must first start the management server before any thing else. I had the same problem at some point I had to resort to reinstalling the OEM again. could you also place what error you get when you try starting the server
    thanks
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    As mentioned, I had manually start the management service but not able to and was given an internal error.

    When starting the console, the error is (VTK-1000:Unable to connect to the management server oradb.Please verify that you have entered the correct host name and the status of the Oracle Management Server. )

    I've also look at the "oms.nohup" file and found that the error is "Error starting Oracle Management Server. VXA-2020 : Error encountered when service [vdp] attempted to export its servicesOEMCTRL for Windows 2000
    Starting the Oracle Management Server... [main][2001-11-22:12:59:55:390] VdbSession.processError: errorCode >1017< [main][2001-11-22:12:59:55:390] VdbSession.processError: errorMsg >ORA-01017: invalid username/password; logon denied<
    [main][2001-11-22:12:59:55:390] ORA-01017: invalid username/password; logon denied : ..../....@jdbcracleci8:@XYZ
    [main][2001-11-22:12:59:55:390] VdbSession.processError: invalid connect string

    VXA-2018 :
    Unable to connect to OMS registry serviceoracle.sysman.vxn.VxnBootstrapException: at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.startServices(VxaAppServer.java:1353) at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.main(VxaAppServer.java:2547) Error starting Oracle Management Server.

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