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Can't copy files to OES server.
Files copied to OES server are 0 bytes.
Files are corrupt when copying to OES server.
Only certain files can be copied to OES server.
Some files copy to the OES server without any issues.
Cannot copy XXXXXXXX: There is not enough free disk space. Delete one or more files to free disk space, and then try again.
Call McAfee and receive from them an extended attribute stripper NLM. This will remove the extended attributes placed on the file system by NetShield v4.6. Once the extended attributes have been removed, you will want to configure NetShield to not place the extended attributes on the files. That is done by doing the following:
A.) From the workstation where the NetShield console is installed, browse to "C:\Program Files\Network Associates\McAfee Netshield for NetWare".
B.) Launch MCREGEDT.EXE
C.) Select Registry | Connect Network Registry and connect to the desired server.
D.) Browse to "SOFTWARE\McAfee\VirusScan\McShield\CurrentVersion". Add a DWord value where the Value Name is "bDisableSessionStamp" and Value Data = "1".
E.) Unload and reload NetShield on the server.
(The above information was provided to Novell by McAfee.)
The most common issue is the result of NetShield adding extended attributes to files as they are scanned. Below is a little history on this activity.
Starting with NetShield v4.6, McAfee started putting extended attributes on files scanned by NetShield. Placing extended attributes on the files is called Session Stamping. This extended attribute information contains information that NetShield uses. Placing extended attributes on the files is on by default.
Formerly known as TID# 10098491