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Maybe someone can give me a clue in this: Running netbooted macs (10.3.4), with "network-home-foldered" users, Entourage 2004 (installed on the netboot image) opens and runs OK for a while. Then, it gives an error code 16008 an keeps looping at it. Looking for it on the internet, Google returns very few entries. Some suggest running Word or Excel (or both) BEFORE running Entourage. Others suggest preventing Microsoft Database Daemon from launching as a startup item, but running it yourself by double clicking it. I've tried both suggestion with no result. But the interesting fact is: It occurs in Powermacs Digital Audio 466GHz, but not in PowerMacs MDD Dual 1.42GHz. The same netboot image, with the same network user, generates the error in the former machines but not in the latter. (I've tested in two PM 466 and in two PM 1.42 to make sure it was not a machine issue, but a model issue) The subnet is also the same, so I think it is not a router/switch issue. Also, all machines have 512MB of RAM, so it's not a "not enough memory" issue. All in all, I suspect it may be a network adapter configuration problem, since they are running in automatic mode. Maybe it's configuring itself differently in PMs 1.42, since they have a Gigabit Ethernet card, instead of the 10/100Mb Ethernet card of the PMs 466. Any insight? If I'm right, I could change the network adapters configuration manually, but what would be the ideal settings? I'd be glad to receive any help! Andre Moura Tech. Support Audio & Video Ass. Torre de Vigia Sao Paulo - Brazil _______________________________________________ system-imaging mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/system-imaging Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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