ASDM fails to load on MacOSX 10.7 running Java version 1.6.0_33
So I have an ASA 5510 running ASDM 6.4(9) and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.4(4)1.
I am trying to configure for the first time and I am accessing the ASA via its Management Interface.
I am successfully able to connect to the device and get to the Cisco ASDM 6.4(9) page.
When I try to run the startup wizard, a couple of prompts displays up to the point where the java applet runs and aks me to enter my IP, username and password. As it is a new system, password and username is blank so I enter and I get a message saying "loading software from cache" which later changes to "software Update completed" and then nothing happens.
I am running MacOSX 10.7 Lion, Java version 1.6.0_33.
I did try and run this on a Windows system and i was able to load the interface.
Does anyone have any advice as to what to tweak or change with the java software on my Mac as I imagine this may be the problem?
Server Launcher Version = 1.5.55, size = 757760 bytes
invoking SGZ Loader..
Cache location = /Users/Femi/.asdm/cache
Exception in thread "SGZ Loader: launchSgzApplet" java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError: Implementing class
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
For some strange reason, i am also unable to launch from my web browser. When i get to the point of putting in my username and password, the same behaviour as above is observed. I get the error from the java page and the login just freezes.
Please help as I have to make do with a VM running XP which tends to slow down my Mac.
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