SMT Server Self Registration not working with SCC
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On a SMT (Subscription Management Tool) server configured to access SCC (SUSE Customer Center), when registering a Client against the SMT server or when running the SMT daily registration update to SCC, the procedure fails with an "Error 404" message.
To solve this issue, the Operating System of the SMT server should be de-registered and then re-registered directly against SCC (not against itself), by following the steps in TID # 3303599
Once the re-registration of the Operating System is finished, run the following commands:
# smt-register --reseterror
After this on the Client run the registration against SMT one more time.
The SCC protocol defines that the Server (SCC or SMT) defines the credentials and not the Client. Every initial registration create new credentials and SCC requires to 'know' the SMT server to allow it to send data. This means SMT must be registered against SCC directly.
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- Document ID:7018583
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- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
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