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Re: Netview Web Client Login Help

2001-07-10 17:21:11
Subject: Re: Netview Web Client Login Help
From: "Les Dickert" <lesdickert AT hotmail DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 17:21:11
I'm referring to the standalone 'nvwc'
command that is installed with you unzip
the 'nvwc_win32_jre_1_1_8_swing_1_1_1.zip'
file.  It is on the client station, and
actually is 'nvwc.bat'.  I install it on
the client's machine and make a shortcut
to it to put on their desktop.

Les Dickert
Verisign Consulting



>From: reamd AT nationwide DOT com
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>Subject: Re: [NV-L] Netview Web Client Login Help
>Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 12:58:57 -0400
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>Thats good stuff Les, but where do you setup the command,  in the
>Realm.prp?? Thanks..
>
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>Karl,
>
>Are you running the standalone web client
>(nvwc)?  If so, be sure you set up the
>command
>
>    nvwc netview-server
>
>and not just
>
>    nvwc
>
>If you don't have the netview-server name as
>the command line argument, you will get the
>login screen from nvwc, but will not be able
>to login.  Of course I never did that, so don't
>ask how I know that's what will happen!
>
>Les Dickert
>Verisign Consulting
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> >From: "Leslie Clark" <lclark AT us.ibm DOT com>
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> >To: IBM NetView Discussion <nv-l AT tkg DOT com>
> >Subject: Re: [NV-L] Netview Web Client Login Help
> >Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 08:24:23 -0400
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> >The only hitch I have heard of with that is if there is a blank at the 
>end
> >of
> >the password in the configuration file, it won't work. And that was on
> >Unix.
> >Perhaps it is the same on NT?
> >
> >Cordially,
> >
> >Leslie A. Clark
> >IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
> >Detroit
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> >Karl A Jablonski/Houston/[email protected] AT tkg DOT com on 07/09/2001 01:10:57 PM
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> >I am having trouble logging in to the web client.  I've got Netview 6.0.1
> >installed on a Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and i'm trying to connect to
> >it on  a Win 2000 Professional machine.  I've added a user name and
> >password  line to the Netview Realm.prp file.  I've also edited the
> >Realms.prp file by adding the same line and changing the "admin.property"
> >and "jetty.property" lines.  When i attempt to log in with the user name
> >and password  i've created i am unsuccessful.  Any help or ideas would be
> >greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
> >
> >Karl Jablonski
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