The installation of the Java Applet is in an installation endless loop. Also after closing all Browser windows many times, Im still kept in the same step as shown in the screenshot of Topology Applet installation. Never experienced the problem in this manner for Windows and Solaris versions of LMS before. Need help.
With creating endorsed and copying those files manual it still doesn’t work.
So it doesnt works without providing write access for endorsed. But I can’t change the permissions of endorsed without having the real local Administrator Account for my company PC. This is just a test from my PC to a LMS Linux appliance in our Lab. But the real end customer will have the same problem: staff from networking department have typical not the original “Administrator” password of the company PC’s given by the PC department.
But I need a solution for the customer on Monday and cant wait till Cisco moves all long overdue JRE dependencies to a more field capable technology☺
The quick 1st aid in the product had could been to bundle all necessary 4 endorsed jar’s instead of vjorb only to Cisco’s JRE and remove the download enforcement in the logic or place this 4 jars in the users jar-cache so you are independent from very seldom enterprise user access right scenarios.
But Im asking myself because I was able to establish topology view with LMS4.1 many times in Windows and Solaris at different customers and now with the linux based appliance I got in this trouble. What is the root cause?
1. The customers before had older operating systems at their PC’s, e.g. XP, Vista where maybe the quasi admin or Domain user belonging to the Administrator-group is closer to the access-rights of the only “Administrator” than in Win7 or 8.
2. The download logic and JRE bundeling at Linux appliance is different from LMS Windows/Solaris implementation
Because of other side effects with the Linux appliance as well we decide to drop this installation and continue with a Windows based LMS4.1 installation on monday. Will this solve this TopoView issue?
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