To create an SCP for Management Console for Unix
Note: The ability for SELF to create and delete child objects is allowed by default, so you should not have problems creating Service Connection Points (SCPs) unless the Discretionary Access Control List (DACL) has been changed to deny the Create all child objects permission.
If you cannot create an SCP, check whether the computer where Management Console for Unix is installed is joined to the Active Directory domain.
Note: When Management Console for Unix is installed on a Unix or Mac computer, it might be possible that the Management Console for Unix server does not have access to the keytab file. When Management Console for Unix cannot read the keytab file, it acts as if it is installed on a Unix computer that is not joined to the domain.
The "Check QAS" commands are only available for hosts that have the Authentication Services 126.96.36.199 (or later) Agent software installed. If your version of Authentication Services is not using the 188.8.131.52 version of the vas_status.sh script, the mangement console will not report QAS agent status. Furthermore, if you customize the vas_status.sh script, ensure the output for customized tests are in CSV format so that the mangement console will correctly report the results.
If you are having trouble opening CVS or PDF reports, here are some suggestions:
To adjust your IE settings
Or, you may need to reset your Download options.
To modify the Download Internet options
From your Internet Explorer browser, navigate to Tools | Internet Options and click the Security tab.
In the Security Settings dialog, click the Custom level... button, scroll down to Downloads, and ensure that the Automatic prompting for file downloads and File download settings are set to Enable.
Note: If you hold down the Ctrl key after you open the Export drop-down menu and select PDF, it allows the download to happen even if you have the Automatic prompting for file downloads setting disabled.
The database server binds to port 9001. If you see an error in the log file stating that port 9001 is already in use, change the database default port number.
To change the database port number
If it does not exist, create this text file and save it in the application data directory:
%SystemDrive%:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Quest Software\Management Console for Unix\resources
%SystemDrive%:\ProgramData\Quest Software\Management Console for Unix\resources
where: n is an unused port on the host where the console is running.