Solution if a message indicating that the host needs to be restarted is displayed repeatedly when the multipathing software is being reinstalled on a Windows host after it is uninstalled

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Solution if a message indicating that the host needs to be restarted is displayed repeatedly when the multipathing software is being reinstalled on a Windows host after it is uninstalled:
Delete the Restart key value in the registry. The position where the key value of Restart is stored varies with Windows systems:
1. Windows x86 system:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
2. Windows x64 system:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
3. Restart the host.

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Problem and solution when a shared folder is lost on the LUN connected to iSCSI after the Windows host is restarted
You can perform the following operations when a shared folder is lost on the LUN connected to iSCSI after a Windows host is restarted: 1. Method The shared folder is created by the server service during startup. If the server service starts before the iSCSI initiator service during server startup, the server cannot create file sharing for the iSCSI disk. For temporary workaround, manually start the server service. 2. Solution Perform the following steps: a. Change the startup sequence of server services by using the iSCSI initiator server. Enter sc config lanmanserver depend= MSiSCSI on the CLI (note that there is a space after =). b. Add the disk volume list to the permanent binding list of Microsoft iSCSI initiator. Enter iscsicli Bindpersistentvolumes on the CLI.

Solution if a message indicating unknown kernel is prompted during the installation of the multipathing software because the operating system version of the Linux host is different from the kernel version
Solution if a message indicating unknown kernel is prompted during the installation of the multipathing software because the operating system version of the Linux host is different from the kernel version: When you install the multipathing software, if the kernel version of the software package is different from the operating system version, a message indicating unknown kernel will be prompted. 1. Run cat cat /etc/xxx-release (xxx indicates the name of the Linux distribution, for example, Red Hat or SUSE) to check the operating system version. # cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 (Nahant Update 7) 2. Run uname -a to query the kernel version of the Linux operating system. # uname -a Linux ctucipjrlx007 2.6.9-78.ELsmp #1 SMP Sat Nov 26 08:44:12 CST 2011 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux 3. Check whether the operating system version is different from the kernel version. 4. If the operating system version is different from the kernel version, change the operating system version in /etc/xxx-release to the version in table 1 and reinstall the multipathing software.

The MAC address of one codec on the TP3106 conflicts with that of the telepresence host.
If the MAC address of one codec on the TP3106 conflicts with that of the telepresence host, perform the following operations: 1. Check the cable connection on the switch and connect network cables properly. 2. If the fault persists, see the installation guide for configuring the switch VLAN. To obtain the installation guide, visit Support-E, search for TP3106, and obtain the installation guide of the corresponding version.

Solution when the operation of installing the multipathing software is not activated
Solution when the operation of installing the multipathing software is not activated: FAQ-How Can I Handle the Problem that the Installed Multipathing Software Is not Activated

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