I have been tasked to upgrade some custom software to work with OpenText eDOCS 10 server API on Windows 2012R2. Previously the software was running with the eDOCS 5.3.1 server API Windows 2008R2.
I cannot get the eDOCS server API to work on Windows 2012R2. The error is "Cannot load the DM Server interface. The DM server may not be started.".
I created a C# test console program to get the eDOCS libraries via the eDOCS API. This program does NOT work (error above) on Windows 2012R2 with eDOCS 10, but DOES work on Windows 2008R2 with eDOCS 10. The account that executes the program is member of the "Distributed COM users" local group. The test program executes in a elevated DOS box.
As the eDOCS API is implemented with COM objects and a C# interop dll, my suspicion is that something is off with the COM/DCOM/COM+ configuration on a Windows 2012R2 server for the eDOCS components.
I have verified and compared the COM+ activation and access for the "OpenText eDOCS DM Server" component with the 2008R2 configuration.
What am I missing? Has Windows 2012R2 a hardened COM/DCOM/COM+ security?