I had the same problem and solved it by forgetting the client and then reinstalling it 
in the client database.

On mardi 7 mars 2000, Todd Reed <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>I'm having trouble keeping my DHCP clients activated with Retrospect 
>4.2 for Mac.
>The clients, on a 10Bt hub, were all connecting fine via Appletalk 
>and Retrospect 4.1
>I began by updating the application to 4.2. Then I went into the 
>client database and began switching client protocol to TCP/IP. After 
>switching, they disappeared from the network. So we began updating 
>the clients by going from system to system and running the
>The next day I noticed that the clients were inactive in the client 
>database. After looking at the clients in the network window, the 
>systems also were active in the client database.
>We updated a couple of systems again that day to get them to 4.2. 
>Next day, again all the clients in the database are inactive. Nothing 
>got backed up the night before. I know at least one of the clients 
>got a full install of 4.2 from scratch, not an update.
>I could use some suggestions as to why this is happening.
>Todd Reed
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