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Upgrade to 14.2.2 problem http/https

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Oct 3rd, 2013
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We upgraded to TMS 14.2.2


Problem: all my users have http://<alias> as their TMS access point.


However, after the upgrade, if user goes to http://<alias> and attempt to book a new conference, they cannot set the date to any day in the future. You may only book conferences today. (hover over calendar icon says "Open the Callendar popup" but does not open)


If you go directly to TMS1 http://<tms1> this problem does not happen.

If you go directly to TMS2 http://<tms2> this problem does not happen.

If you go to  httpS://<alias> this problem does not happen.

If you run IE as a user administrator of the machine you are on, go to http://<alias> the problem does not happen.


Hoping for a solution does not require telling all of my users to go to a different link than they've gone to for years.


Any help appreciated.

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Zachary Colton Thu, 10/03/2013 - 09:27
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Could it be a pop up setting on the browser?

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Derek Payne Thu, 10/03/2013 - 12:13
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Wishing it were that simple.


So far, debugging is showing Line 971 "check error" is undefined.

Zachary Colton Fri, 10/04/2013 - 05:29
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I've been think about this a bit. From your design, I see you are running a redundant TMS. Can you provide some detail as to the configuration? Have you taken a lok at the TMS log files for any errors or issues?

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