I don't believe this is a ViewMail problem. Are you a Unity administrator using the userid you are logged onto the PC with? If so, you can put your account into a Unity class of service that has the permissions to update subscribers. If the Windows account you are logging onto your PC with is NOT a Unity subscriber, i.e. you are using an administrator account; the recommended option is to use the grantunityaccess utility on the Unity server. You can assign yourself Unity Enterprise Admin rights by running the grantunityaccess utility. From the command line that opens when you start this tool, enter grantunityaccess -u domain\user -s eadmin (where user is the PC account you are using on the PC). Give this a try and see if it corrects your problem.
The message you are getting "Enter network password" sounds like the PC is in a different domain than the Unity server. If that is not the case, I am wondering if there isn't something else blocking the PC to the Unity server. It could be a variety of causes - antivirus, DCOM got disabled on the workstation, DNS between PC and Unity server, IIS settings like proxy server, trusted sites etc.
Something just dawned on me for you to check - a few years back we had this same problem with several user PCs. You might check it out to see if it applies to your problem PC(s).
Web Pages That Contain the Media Master Control Bar Do Not Load Properly When Google Desktop Search Is Installed
When Google Desktop Search is installed on a subscriber workstation that uses Windows XP, the pages of the Cisco Personal Communications Assistant (PCA) and the Cisco Unity Administrator do not load properly in the browser.
The problem was the DCOM service had been turned off on my computer unknown to me. Not sure how that happened (Group Policy update/change?), but checking the box to enable Distributed COM and then stopping and restarting the IIS service restored the functionality.
I did not have to add the Network Service and Anonymous accounts to get it to work.
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