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Cannot admin VO

After some trial and error everything is up and working great on OES
for
me, except that I cannot administer Virtual Office through iManager.
I get
the following messages on the unavailable tasks list:

Services Administration Virtual Office NoClassDefFoundError -
com/novell/nps/configManager/SchemeConfig

Environment Administration Virtual Office
com.novell.nps.configManager.ConfigManager.lookupGadget(Ljava/lang/String;)Lcom/novell/nps/configManager/GadgetConfig;


I hate to mess up the balance of everything else working, so I am
going to
shy away from just guessing. Any ideas out there? And, in general,
great
work on OES, it is very impressive.

Matthew Willey
Network Administrator
MSD Perry Township



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Re: Cannot admin VO

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Re: Cannot admin VO

With the new version of VO, the VO management has now been moved intoVO itself. Log into VO as admin and you will see the management
options.

--
Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.17.3.1)



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Cannot admin VO

> After some trial and error everything is up and working great on OES
for
> me, except that I cannot administer Virtual Office through iManager.

I get
> the following messages on the unavailable tasks list:
>
> Services Administration Virtual Office NoClassDefFoundError -
> com/novell/nps/configManager/SchemeConfig
>
> Environment Administration Virtual Office
>

com.novell.nps.configManager.ConfigManager.lookupGadget(Ljava/lang/String;)Lcom/novell/nps/configManager/GadgetConfig;

>
> I hate to mess up the balance of everything else working, so I am

going to
> shy away from just guessing. Any ideas out there? And, in general,

great
> work on OES, it is very impressive.
>
> Matthew Willey
> Network Administrator
> MSD Perry Township


Hello,
Virtual Office is now administered through it's own web interface.
Just
log-in as your admin user to VO, and you can administer it through
there.




Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Cannot admin VO

Any word on what happened here:

"iManager is now the management platform for all future Novell
products"
http://developer.novell.com/ndk/imgrsdk.htm

I really hope this is not a trend.

-Eric

"Marcel Cox" <cimetmc@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
news:0G_%d.915$LF2.514@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> With the new version of VO, the VO management has now been moved

into
> VO itself. Log into VO as admin and you will see the management

options.
>
> --
> Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.17.3.1)






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