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usfsoyer Absent Member.
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Install remote management viewer will not go away

It has been a while since I delved into the ZCM world.

Have a brand new install of zcm 11.2 that I just upgraded to 11.2.2 (SLES11sp2 box for server).

I have a couple test workstations (win7 x86) in a group and have assigned a remote management policy to them.

From my Win7X64 workstation I have installed the remote management viewer but when trying to remote manage one of my test stations I get the install remote management view link even though it has already been installed. I get the same thing if trying to remote manage from FF 10.0.12 on the server itself.

Any thoughts on what I might have missed or what I might take a look at?

TIA - Scott
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usfsoyer Absent Member.
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Re: Install remote management viewer will not go away

Just as an update it seems to work on a Win7 x86 system. The install remote management viewer no longer appears after installing.
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Re: Install remote management viewer will not go away

usfsoyer;2249516 wrote:
Just as an update it seems to work on a Win7 x86 system. The install remote management viewer no longer appears after installing.


Try running 32bit IE on your 64bit windows. Itt worked for me.
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usfsoyer Absent Member.
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Re: Install remote management viewer will not go away

That did indeed work! Thank you - it is greatly appreciated!
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