1 Reply Latest reply on May 16, 2006 6:54 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Multiuser applications on Director - Problem om connection to Flash media Server

    Level 7
      Hi.

      I've installed Flash Media Server (Developer-Version) on WinXP, accepting
      all default values.
      Then I try to connect to it, using tutorial fish-Application from adobe
      website.

      But following error happens :

      Asynchronous I/O operation failed (Failed to attach to completion port: The
      parameter is incorrect. 87).

      What can be the cause of this problem and what I need to manage it.

      Any help will be appreciated
      Yurij


        • 1. Re: Multiuser applications on Director - Problem on connection to Flash media Server
          Level 7
          Please help me with this!!!!!

          I'm sticking on that problem for second week

          I have WIN XP (with ISS installed, but I also tried FMS when ISS was
          stopped)
          I can ping FMS from menagement console but have no success on connect from
          Director application
          "Asynchronous I/O operation failed (Failed to attach to completion port: The
          parameter is incorrect. 87)."

          What have I do?

          Thanx in advance for any help
          Yurij


          "Yurij Nykon" <ynykon@ipm.lviv.ua> wrote in message
          news:e4a5m8$dve$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi.
          >
          > I've installed Flash Media Server (Developer-Version) on WinXP, accepting
          > all default values.
          > Then I try to connect to it, using tutorial fish-Application from adobe
          > website.
          >
          > But following error happens :
          >
          > Asynchronous I/O operation failed (Failed to attach to completion port:
          The
          > parameter is incorrect. 87).
          >
          > What can be the cause of this problem and what I need to manage it.
          >
          > Any help will be appreciated
          > Yurij
          >
          >