Here is my ealier post:
My error when trying to log into CUPS 8 with CUPC 8:
Unable to connect to network. Pleae check your network connection.
Here is Cisco's Response:
CSCth83141 CUPC 8 login fails for some users
Base64::decode method rejected the encoded string, because its length was not a multiple of 4.
This bug has been addressed in CUPC 8.5 which we would be expecting around September. Currently, only workarounds are: Either Create a New Userid w/ smaller length, or install CUPC 7.1.1 as this issue is not with CUP Client 7.1.1.
We have been waiting MONTHS to deploy CUPS 8 because of XMPP, so when it first came out we also decided to wait for CUPC 8. Cisco finally releases it, but it has a MAJOR bug that will not be resolved until September in the new release. Are you effing kidding me? Who is running this software development shop over there? Create New User Accounts for everyone? Seriously?? I can't use any of the XMPP features with the older client. I can't believe this stuff gets out of QA.
Seriously Frustrating - I guess I should be looking at OCS.