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I unable to open the console after logging into Drac. Any ideas?
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Do you have Java installed?
What browser are you using? I have found in the past that IE is best when connecting to the drac.
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your question is too vague
what model server?
are you trying to connect using java or activex?
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by:Rollout1999
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Thanks I had to uninstall Java and delete the folder in program manager. Then reinstall Java..
It all good now ..!
Thanks
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