Up until yesterday, my office was running Now Server Manager (5.3.1 I believe). We were running just fine on an iMac that was running OSX 10.4.11.
Then yesterday, I did a much-needed Tiger software update. Everything downloaded and installed just fine. But upon restarting the Mac, suddenly our Now Servers have stopped running. In fact, I cannot even launch Now Server Manager... it simply hangs up and is non-responsive and never even starts.
This morning I attempted to upgrade my Now software... I downloaded and installed the 5.3.2 version. It appeared to have gone off without a hitch. Except that Now Server Manager still doesn't run and the servers still aren't running either.
HELP!! I have an office full of 10 people who are now not able to access the server to manager their calendars. We're a busy law office, so even 3-4 hours of downtime is catastrophic.
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