I am having trouble getting IP Communicator running on Vista.
When logged on as the USER, when I try to launch, I get the error:
Communicator - Exception Error
Could not find network adapter needed for registration
After clicking "OK", CIPC will immediately close.
When I log in as an ADMINISTRATOR, when launching, I get the following error:
Cisco IP Communicator - Information
The network interface you chose for audio does not have a valid IP address. Select 'OK' to choose different interface, or 'Cancel' to exit.
If I click "Cancel", I get the same Exception error that the user gets, but CIPC does open, although it only has a blue screen (not BSOD).
If I click "OK", the Preferences window opens. If I click "Cancel" from that screen, I get the same Exception error. If I click "OK", then CIPC opens fine.
This happens every time I open CIPC.
I believe this is referring to the setting in "Preferences | Audio | Network".
When I go into that setting, "Audio IP Address" is set to "Detect automatically" and I can see my current IP to the right, but it is grayed out (as is I believe normal behaviour). The "Audio Port Range" is set to "Use the default port range" with a range of 16384 to 32768 shown and grayed out.
I am using Vista Enterprise edition.
I have tried both versions 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 of CIPT, both of which are supposed to be Vista compatible.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!