I've just tried to install Qos Policy Manager into my existing installation of CiscoWorks and now i'm unable to login.
After entering login credentials, i'm unable to get to the next main screen.
All CiscoWorks services have started, and they are set to the correct startup setting. I've looked at some of the logs and see that authentication is successful.
I'm unsure where to look for any other errors.
It looks as though there is a problem with Apache connecting back to itself. I've seen this in the past when the Windows system admin configured the machine using the IE Admin Kit to either disable cookies for all accounts, or add a global proxy setting.
You should first verify that the server's hostname, SITEPROT1 properly resolves to the correct IP address, and that IP address resolves back to SITEPROT1. Use the NMSROOT\bin\resolver.pl script for this:
NMSROOT\bin\perl NMSROOT\bin\resolver.pl SITEPROT1
If that gets things working, you will need to work with your Windows admin to relax the cookie and/or proxy settings. In particular, the web server typically runs as SYSTEM, so this user needs to have a more lenient web browser policy.