I get an HTTP 403 Forbidden, and then you are not authorized to view this page when access ing VMI with a browser. The user has permissions in the class of service for this user for VMI, and the same user can access Unity Assistant just fine from the same browser. I have tried many things on the Unity side, as well as the Windows permissions and can't get VMI to work. You can see the VMI page flash up for a second before this access denied page comes up.
Unity 4. I got the correct CD images from CCO, and the tomcat service is installed and running per your postings. VMI worked in version 3.1.5 that this was upgraded from, and now doesn't work. I have tried on the browser on the Unity server as well as from my notebook PC and both get the same result.
I got it working. It looks like when you turn this on VMI for the first user in the class of service, you need to reboot the Unity server to get it working. I stopped and started Unity and that did not work. I just rebooted the Unity server, and now ciscopca works fine.
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