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enixlin posted this 4 weeks ago

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Microsoft Windows 10 Professional

Product Name/Version:

2.3.0.0

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Mike posted this 4 weeks ago

What type of McMyAdmin licence do you have? Also why is there no ADS instance?

enixlin posted this 4 weeks ago

What type of McMyAdmin licence do you have? Also why is there no ADS instance?

50 McMyAdmin Professional +AMP Network Edition

Because I can't use it, only install it McMyAdmin

I don’t know how to transfer the old data to ADS

Mike posted this 4 weeks ago

Move whatever instance is on 8080 away from it, create an ADS instance on port 8080 as a service, remove the service from all existing instances, then run 'ampinstmgr repairauth standalone http://localhost:8080'

enixlin posted this 4 weeks ago

Will such user account passwords and scheduled tasks be converted?

Will the game port and SFTP port continue to the original settings?

Mike posted this 4 weeks ago

The user accounts won't be, but everything else will remain as is.

How did you end up with this kind of setup in the first place? Everything is set up incorrectly.

enixlin posted this 4 weeks ago

The user accounts won't be, but everything else will remain as is.

How did you end up with this kind of setup in the first place? Everything is set up incorrectly.

There are ADS and McMyAdmin options during installation, so I installed McMyAdmin

Mike posted this 3 weeks ago

You've got quite a mess on your hands from not following the proper guide. Like I said, you'll need to move whatever is on 8080 away from that and then create an ADS instance.

enixlin posted this 3 weeks ago

Cannot add images to new articles

The server cannot be started now

1:31:55 You cannot start instances you do not own as a non-root user. You are DESKTOP-SPGGUDP$ and this instance belongs to eric. Do not attempt to change the owner of an instance, this will damage your installation. Switch to the correct user and try again. ADS is installed as a service, and as such only ADS may start/stop other instances.

Mike posted this 3 weeks ago

Select "uninstall service" from each instance. Only ADS should be a service.

enixlin posted this 3 weeks ago

Select "uninstall service" from each instance. Only ADS should be a service.

I... I can't understand I will take the time to operate on other computers first. thanks

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