Creating a secure cluster for Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.x for Windows will delete the shared AT security keys that are already installed by Command Central Server Management Server 5.2 and higher.

Problem

If a secure cluster Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.x for Windows (SFW-HA) 5.x is configured on the same system as Command Central Server (CCS) Management Server (MS) 5.2 and higher, it will cause the console of CCS MS to stop working. Uninstalling CCS MS will also fail because configuring a secure cluster for SFW-HA 5.x will delete the shared AT security keys that are already installed by CCS MS 5.2 and higher.

Solution

It is recommend not to create a secure cluster for SFW-HA 5.x when a system already has CCS MS 5.2 and higher installed. For more information, please contact Symantec Technical Support.

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