I am working on getting our digital signage going for our company and have run into an issue I can't seem to get resolved. I have our Digital Media Manager on the network and up and running. This is running 5.2.x. I can get into the gui through a webpage fine. Now I am trying to get the DMP's up and running. I have 2 out of the 6 we plan to use connected but the DMM server will see the DMP's as up for a few minutes and soon as I move on to another page on the server the status of both of them goes to down and they get the red X icon. I can get into both dmps through a web interface and restart them and the server will see them as up but shortly after they both go down again according to the server status.
I have tried changing one dmp to a static ip and it does the same as before.
I have also changed the dmp and dmm admin passwords to be the same wich I had read online is a problem but It did not seem to make a difference in my situation.
I have the DMM server IP address set in the DMP's Management section. I can't see anything else that could be causing this.
My boss is hot to get this up and running and I havn't been able to get to testing out how to even create or push out content to one of the dmp's because I can't keep them online long enough. Any help would be greatly apreciated!
When you mentioned "I have also changed the dmp and dmm admin passwords to be the same", which exact passwords do you refer to?
What need to be the same is the "DMP Web Account" password (which is the one you use also to login to the DMP web GUI) and the "DMP User Password" which is set on the DMM under Digital Signs -> Settings -> Server Settings. So I would recommend to try to re set the passwords there to the same value.
If this is something that was working before, and stopped working in the last few days, this is likely a new defect - CSCty2253 . A patch has already been created for this issue. Please see the response provided by Sagar to the previous post:
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