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Cisco SDM wont launch in vista

Posted on 2009-03-28
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I just installed Cisco SDM in windows vista and running Java 6 update 13 build 1.6.0_13-b03. I have checked in Internet Explorer to allow active x to run fom my computer. When i try to launch SDM it hangs on the Launch page and goes no further.

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by:atlas_shuddered
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Have you told Explorer to allow active to run files on the local machine?

Also, have you considered a virtual machine?
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by:RPPreacher
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Which version of SDM?
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by:jnettech
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It is Version 2.5
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by:jnettech
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And yes Internet Explorer has been set to run active from the local machine
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by:RPPreacher
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Downgrade to 1.6.0_6 or earlier.  It's a known issue.
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by:jnettech
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That Fixed the problem!

Thx
-Joe
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Why not award the points by accepting my answer, not delete the question?
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by:DavidBloom
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Just to be clear, Vista didn't break SDM 2.5, Java 6 did. Look in Sun's archives (http://java.sun.com/products/archive/) for the latest 5 release (1.4.x doesn't display menus correctly). No worries! Just make sure you uninstall any recent Java installs first.
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It didn't award the points????
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