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Sunray Admin GUI Broke

Posted on 2013-01-18
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Hi,

I have (had) a fully functional Sunray Server 4.2 until a couple of weeks ago. I was looking into using the NSCM option in the Sunray Server to lock down concurrent connections on my Solaris 10 box but unfortunately after I enabled it my users could no longer use the Citrix client to get out to my Windows box's. So after I disabled NSCM I went to open the Sunray Server Admin GUI and I get nothing. I try port 1660 and 1661 and I get absolutely nothing. Any help getting this back up would be greatly appreciated.
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by:yuzh
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Did you disable "remote access"? Please have a look at the following doc, pay attention to session "6.5.3. GUI Issues" to see if you can fix it.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22662_01/E22660/html/Issues.html
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Well I fixed the issue but not really. The issue became that utwww could not access it's home directory /tmp when initializing the Sunray web GUI. Re-running utconfig -w still outputs the same error message. Changing the user from utwww to root was a work around to get the GUI working but not the correct fix.
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