10 มิถุนายน 2551 16:50
[Note: I posted this in the "Feedback" part of MS Connect -- i now believe that this is probably the better place for this. Sorry for the duplicate post.]
We're just now trying out the Beta 2 -- i'm sorry if our issue is covered somewhere.
We just reimaged our system (i.e., installed Win Server 2008 from MSDN) that has been running Beta 1 for a while. So I *believe* that we're just going through the same installation steps . So we're just getting started, and we're on the "Configure your network" stage, and we choose topology #1 (the same topology we've always been using). On the "Select the network adapter that is connected to the enterprise network", it won't actually let me select the NIC ! It's one of the two NICs shown in the pull-down, but it won't let me select this NIC - it shows me "the selected adapter is not in a valid subnet for enterprise network" at the bottom of the screen. The "Next>" tab is greyed-out (not clickable). "<Previous" *IS* clickable, but clicking on it actually does nothing. we're stuck and confused.
[[ FYI: the "subnet mask" on this screen is 255.255.0.0, if that matters ]]
thanks for your help!
10 มิถุนายน 2551 16:57
Ok -- so I cancel out of it and try again to "Configure your network", select "1. Compute nodes isolated on a private network" (as I did last time), hit "Next", and there is no problem (the screen looks the same as in my previous post, except that this error message is not shown, and "Next" is clickable). What gives?
[[ the good news is that I'm no longer stuck ]]
10 มิถุนายน 2551 23:35ผู้ดูแล
you probably tried to do this before the head node discovery was complete. After the install the management service needs a few minutes to run discovery before the network topolgy can be configured.
- ทำเครื่องหมายเป็นคำตอบโดย Don PatteeModerator 25 มีนาคม 2552 23:54