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Avaya CM4 Messaging Admin - No Interface Menu!

Avaya CM4 Messaging Admin - No Interface Menu!

Avaya CM4 Messaging Admin - No Interface Menu!

I am working on a CM4 Audix IA-770 messaging server, imbedded into an S8300C on a G700. The messaging system is working properly, but I cannot administer it. When I navigate to Miscellaneous -> Messaging Administration, I get a pop-up web page containing what appears to be the messaging admin menu on the left side bar. When i click on Messaging Administration -> Messaging, I get the "Java loading" spinner for a few seconds, then the black interface screen that should contain the actual messaging admin terminal session. Above the terminal session I see "Connected to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" (where xx.xx.xx.xx is my CM address), and the word "ONLINE" in green. I also have displayed below the terminal session a list of F-keys and their assignments for use while in the session. The problem is, I'm being prompted to login by the terminal session window, and when I login I get a Linux command prompt instead of an Audix menu. I cannot list users, add users, edit users, or anything else. Again, the system is working normally as far as dialing into the messaging system. I just can't administer the system. My login is "susers", and I am using prof18 and prof1 as my profile. Any ideas on what's wrong here?

RE: Avaya CM4 Messaging Admin - No Interface Menu!

You will need to log in using either the 'vm' or 'sa' login. These are the default logins that have VM access.

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