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Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

Is CiscoWorks 2000 supported on Win2k Server / Service Pack 3?

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Blue

Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

Officially not supported per Install guides. Un-officially works OK.

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Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

Does anyone know when there will be a fully qualified SP 3 version ?

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Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

I am using ciscowork 3rd edition on win 2k SP3 and the ciscoview will always close the IE once it tried to open. Any idea?

Cisco Employee

Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

CW VMS is officially supported on SP3. Which specific CW product are you referring to?

Thanks,

yatin

Blue

Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

The latest CW2K RWAN/LMS now supports SP3 along with Win2K Adv Server.

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Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

I thought I was having a problem with the causer account password with SP3,I have looked for similar posts but haven't seen any.The error I was seeing was: Error creating user causer The password is shortrer than required. Any ideas what causes that? Win2K pro 0/S, SP3

New Member

Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

If you have errors with the user 'casuser', it may be that your server is in a domain which has password restrictions - eg the password has to be of a certain length.

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Re: Win2k SP3 & CiscoWorks 2000 - doable

Hi,

IPM server wouldn´t install on W2K because it checks if the machine is a NT4Server.

Hans

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