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Got this one error:
An operation has failed unexpectedly - recommended to investigate this event.
Time 17 Октябрь 2019 г. 10:51:56 GMT+0300
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ORF license could not be updated. Error: er 2008 R2 Standard 10496.1.76014112582445056Microsoft Exchange 2010Hu .
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Version 6.1

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Нelp solve the problem.

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Hello Ivan,

based on the error message, ORF is unable to communicate with our product registration servers. Did you select manual activation when you entered the license key into the License Manager (Help > License Manager)? If so, you might want to double-check your HTTP Proxy Settings in ORF (Help > License Manager > Proxy Settings).

Let me know if this has helped.

by Greg Pósa (Vamsoft) 1 year ago

Hello Greg!
I chose the activation method - online.
Now I have such information in "Help > License Manager".
ORF License Manager:
Status: Active (338 days left)
Activation Date: 18.09.2019 13:25 GMT +0300
Expiration Date: 20.09.2020 3:00 GMT +0300

HTTP Proxy Settings > Direct connection (no HTTP proxy)

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Hello Ivan,

that is odd. It seems that ORF can communicate with our product registration servers after all. Does this happen periodically or did this happen only once?
If it only happened once it might have been a temporary issue and I would not worry about it if it does not happen again.

by Greg Pósa (Vamsoft) 1 year ago

Hello Greg!
It was the second time. The first was 10.10.2019. The first time I also attributed to a possible mistake.

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Hello Ivan,
could you please send us the ORF log file from the day of the incident (i.e. orfee-2019-10-17.log) to our support address ? They can be found in the ORF program directory by default (\Program Files (x86)\ORF Fusion\).

by Greg Pósa (Vamsoft) 1 year ago

What subject of mail to specify?

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Whatever you fancy, it doesn't matter.

by Greg Pósa (Vamsoft) 1 year ago

I just sent you.

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Hello Greg!
I got an error mesage again. It turned out to understand from the log-files?

by Dmitry 1 year ago

Sorry for the late response. I have just replied to your email.

by Greg Pósa (Vamsoft) 1 year ago

Hello Greg!
Restart did. The site is available.

by Dmitry 1 year ago

@Dmitry: Hello Dmitry,

Can you tell me if you had this issue before using ORF 6.1. If not, which version did you use before installing 6.1 - if any?

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 12 months ago
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@Daniel Novak (Vamsoft): Hello Daniel!
There was no error before the update. Before installed version - 6.0.1.

by Dmitry 12 months ago
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@Dmitry: Thank you Dmiry.

Could you send us the sysinfo file of the affected server (Run > msinfo32 > File > Save) and the ORF module information (Help > About ORF Fusion...> Modules... > Copy) to for analysis, please?

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 12 months ago
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Does this issue have a solution? I'm seeing the same thing, to the letter, here. This was on an in-place upgrade from 5.5.1 to 6.3. I don't see any indication that the ORF is making attempts to communicate outside of our network. Like a flag , e.g., "is_activated=yes" isn't flipped somewhere. I can recreate the event, at-will, by restarting the ORF service.

by jay.mccarty2 1 month ago

@jay.mccarty2: Hello Jay,

Please start the ORF Administration Tool, open the License Manager (Help > License Manager...) and click the Refresh button to see whether your ORF installation can communicate with our licensing server. If not, click the Proxy Settings button and verify that the settings are correct.

Automatic online activation and the daily license check is performed via HTTPS, thus TCP 443 needs to be open on your firewall for outbound connections. You can manually check whether the URL of our licensing server is accessible from your ORF server by entering the "https://orf.prodreg.biz" address into a web browser (on the affected server).

Let me know if this has helped.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 1 month ago
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Turned out to be a firewall issue.

Thank you.

by CLEng 1 month ago

@CLEng: Thank you for letting us know CLEng. I am glad to hear you managed to solve the problem.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 1 month ago
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