Just looking to see if anyone out there has had any trouble accessing CCC in TMS when running OS X 10.9 on a MAC. We have a customer where the Java credential window pops up and won't accept the credentials entered. Before you ask, the credentials are valid. Here are the versions they are dealing with;
Java7 u40 on the TMS server
Mac OS X 10.9
Java7 u45 running on the Mac
Does not matter which browser is being used. Tried FF, IE, Safari and Chrome.
Verified, tried with only username with domain in the last field, domain\username without domain in the last field, domain\username with the domain in the last field. None of these worked.
Also tired upgrading the Mac to 10.9.2. Still no go. No issue logging in from Parallels running Windows 7 on the same computer. The customer is a dedicated Mac user and wants to avoid having to jump to Windows just to view CCC.
Really, no one else out there is having this problem?
Has this ever worked for the user? (trying to understand if this is a new problem... or used to work)
I'm sorry I don't have a mac to try myself... but a packet trace or opening the java console would both be ways to try to narrow down the problem.
I'm wondering if someone has modified the TMS server in a way that maybe the Apple Java applet is not able to authenticate... or if the Apple Java changed in some way. But this is not a widespread problem AFAIK so I would question the Apple Java changing.
Once again sir you are right on the money. Looking in the Event Viewer did reveal NTLM authentication failures. The customer is having his IT folks look at security policies, as it was revealed that my contact and one of his coworkers experienced the issue more or less simultaneously.
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