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VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

(OP)
Just installed the R11.1 SP1 VmPro, entered via webconsole and enabled the Client Access but the client does not connect to the server (Username/Password not valid).
VM Password ok, settings too, New SP1 client vs R11.1 GA VMPRO server works fine with same IPO and client settings
APP Server R11.1 SP1 re-installed from scratch (virtual), same issue, any ideas?

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

There is a new version. I have installed it today and it is working good. They just updated it with in the last couple of days.

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

(OP)
Sure hanlondr? Support website doesn't show different files from the original SP1 ones, which is the filename you downloaded, please?

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

FILE:
c110-11.1.100.96.iso , 11.1.x
Avaya IP Office Unified Communications Module (UCM) .iso

11.1.100.96 MD5=09dd2a81863a31784c299641bfc70718

Link

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Nevermind. I thought it was working. Its not sad sorry.

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Did you install the client from the AppsCenter section of the new web control? The 11.1.0 may not be compatible. I haven't upgraded yet so I don't know if there is a problem, but you never know.

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RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Yes I have VM Client 11.1.0.1 installed and I just get user/password incorrect. When I web browse it signs in with the information I have put in to the system.

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

(OP)
I do confirm the client behaviour vs the Application Server (not the UC module), the VM client in the system repository is the same of the support download page, username/password incorrect at the client connection.
The same Client (11.1.100.14) is viceversa working correctly if connected to a R11.1 GA system

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Is it working from the same client/server to another VM Pro server?

If you're running it on a Windows Server you might need to right-click on the VM Pro icon and select Run as Administrator or you might get a password error depending on server settings.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

(OP)
It's a R11.1 SP1 janni78, so Linux only

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Yeah, but you're running the client on Windows.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: VMPRO Client R11.1 SP1 does not access to the Server even if client access is enabled

Had the same problem. Ended up disabling referred authentication as a temporary workaround. Not the best fix but it got me going.

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