I've tried it using Mozilla under Windows XP and Linux it doesn't work with that either.
You're pretty much stuck to running a Microsoft OS to do it.
Under Linux, there is a remote desktop client that will allow you to connect via Terminal Services to the CCM system. From there, I can bring up IE and manage the system. There may be something similar out there for Mac as well.
Another option is to look at Virtual PC. It would be a little slower since it's emulated, but at least you'd be able to run IE and manage things from your system.
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