The CCCamserver test is a tool that allows you to verify the authenticity of any CCCs server.
If you run the CCCcam server on the same computer as the CCDam server you can run a quick and easy test to verify whether or not your CCCCam server is working.
CCCameserver can run on any Windows machine running Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2016.
If your computer is running Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, you can use Windows Server 2003 or Windows Vista to test the CCLs server if you have one.
If not, you’ll need to run the test from a command prompt or from the CCA web interface.
To run the command prompt command, click on the link below: cccamserver CCCampserver.exe If you have a Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2, or later computer, you will need to use the Windows Server 2013 or later edition of Windows to run this test.
You can also run the Windows Command Prompt from the Command Prompt menu.
In this case, you should see a Windows command prompt.
If the test is successful, you get a text box that looks something like this: “Verifying the authenticity and availability of cccampserver server v0.5.0.”
If you see a message saying “Verified!” then your server is running successfully.
If there are no errors in the command, then the test will fail.
You’ll see a green checkmark next to the test result.
You now have an accurate CCCamp server running.
If any of the CACam test results are false, then your CACamserver server is still not working.
To fix this problem, run the Command prompt command again and check the green check mark next to your CCA server’s IP address.
If everything is OK, you now have a valid CCCaps server running on your CCLamserver instance.
You don’t need to reboot your computer to complete the test.
To see how this test works, you must restart your computer, open the Command window, and type cmd to open the command line prompt.
To start the test, run cmd again and click on CCA.
In the Command Window, run cccs://CCCamservice.exe to view the results of the test you just completed.
If all of the tests passes, you’re all set!
If any error occurs during the test and you see something like the following message, you need to restart your machine and run cmd to correct the problem: cca_status: CCA_Error: ccam_server.exe could not connect to cccampserver: Connection to CCCAMService failed: CACAM Server is not running.
CCAAM Server could not be started: cclamserver.cacamserver.com: The server cccamed.cccamserviceserver.com is currently not listening.
This means that the CACCAM Server that you are running is not working, or your Internet connectivity is not strong enough to connect to the CCLAamservicest.
Please contact your CACCam Server administrator to resolve this issue.
For more information about the Cccampservice server, visit the Cacamservicing.com website.