Previously, I wrote an article about what would happen if you had two computers with the same IP address on the same network: an IP address conflict.
However, what happens when you have two computers with the same name on a network?
Error details: User: '' Error: ' Access Denied' Message: ' ID only credentials received but Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port=false'” To resolve the issue, complete the following steps: 1.
Enter Power Shell command line interface on Delivery Controller (Controller). Enter “asnp Citrix*” to verify the Citrix cmdlets are available. Run the following command: Get-Broker Site.(Check if the value for Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port results False)4. “Set-Broker Site -Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port $true” 5.
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The errors occur because the XML Service does not (by default) trust the requests that are sent without explicit authentication.
This error can be triggered in several ways: Note that the computer on which these errors are reported is not necessarily one of the devices having a duplicate name.
Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems use Net BIOS and the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) system to maintain a shared database of all the network names.
Here are a couple of ways you can try to solve this issue before renaming computers. Now in Device Manager, click on View and choose Show Hidden Devices.
Firstly, a simple release and renew of the IP address might solve your problem. At the command prompt, go ahead and type in If you still get the error, then move on to the following possible solutions. Now scroll down to Network Adapters and uninstall any that are showing with transparent icons.
In the worst case, any and every Net BIOS device on the network might report these same errors.