guys i have installed CCM 6 on VMWARE so when i boot my virtual machine it shows localhost login (kindly see the attach file) i have no clue what that is....guys i have been trying for so manyday plz have a look and help me out
That's what you should normally get. Use the admin username and password you created during the setup and you will go to
prompt. You will not get a GUI based interface in CCM 6. You should access it through the browser. admin prompt is though important if you want to change the IP address of the server, change the default gateway (in my case I could not change it from the web interface, it simply did not save) etc.
mate this is the whole issue.....i did put those passpords and username but it doesnt work....now tell me how to go from GUI as ....soon as i start this vitual machine it goes into this prompt....and i used those username and password which i put while installing it but it doesnt work......can u plz help meout
With Communications Manager versions 5 and 6 you can no longer access the GUI on the server itself but must be done over the network via a web browser.
When you fire up your VMWare the login prompt will load which is perfectly normal (as stated by Yigit). Infact, Hi Yigit, remember me, Darren, worked on the Airbus project with you couple of years ago before I left Equant!
Anyway, from your server or PC on which you have the VMServer loaded just open up your IE and browse to https://x.x.x.x/ccmadmin
If you still can't access the GUI, open up command prompt and ensure that you can reach your VMServer. If you can't reach with a PING, we'll then you've got a network issue.
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