I see problems occured when moving from Synchronized to Shared Persistence. Have you created File Share and done all other steps mentioned in here? : http://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense/June2017/Subsystems/PlanningQlikSenseDeployments/Content/Deployment/Migrating-from-synchronized-to-shared-persistence.htm
Also, I'm not familiar with multi-node sites but are you sure your service account has proper rights? "Error message: 'Forbidden' sounds like everything is not fine with access rights.
Hello Kashif - have you followed the steps to move over to shared persistence? Creating network folder shares etc. ? This is most likely the problem. Also - do you have support with a partner or Qlik. You should also work with them in tandem with us to help troubleshoot. Let us know how you do.
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Hi Michael and Simo,
Yes I had created the folder and given Full control to the service account. Had followed the Upgrade guide to the T.
The only part that I was not sure was the Database Listener screen. I had put the IP address of CENTRAL node in "Listen Addresses" in the format xx.xx.xx.xx and IP address of the RIM node in IP Range in the format xx.xx.xx.xx/32.
Yes we have support from Qlik. I have raised a ticket with Qlik Support. Support is advising to revert back to the last good backup(in our case 3.0.0) and start again by removing Nprinting from the server.
It seems Nprinting and QlikSense June 2017 cannot co-exist?