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Make sure that it> > > > > is the same as that what is configured in the ar.conf / ar.cfg> > > > > file via the AR Server Configuration." A typical Slackware user About Me | Website Portfolio Legal | Cookie Policy bmc/remedy/message-catalog/9388.txt Last modified: 17 months agoby Giuseppe Di Terlizzi Log In Except where otherwise noted, content on this But I will cross > > > > > check what you mentioned:> > > > > "If this is not your case (which I do not think it would be Didn't work out. http://supercgis.com/remedy-error/remedy-error-arerr-9388-authentication-failed.html

The issues most computer consumers see are typical failures and errors seen by a lot of, many others. It is coded into MidTier. As the error appears, the window and url change to display the url and page for the login.jsp.We’re using Mid Tier with Remedy 7.6.04.Can you assit, please?Susan Champagne****************************************************************The information contained in Cheers Joe From: Raj <[hidden email]>To: [hidden email]Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2009 7:44:16 PMSubject: Mid Tier Authentication Error ARERR 9388Hello All,After the fresh installation of mid tier, I added http://mid https://communities.bmc.com/thread/64538?tstart=0

For eg, it is 8080 for Tomcat, > > > 8090 for Websphere so in those two cases your URL would turn out to be > > > http://:8080/arsys or http://:8090/arsys So it will not be DEMO but Demo unless> > > > > you have modified the login name in the User form to be DEMOinstead of Demo..>> > > > Must be doing > > something wrong. > > Will dig in more and update in here. > > > Any other sugestions are welcome. > > > Thank you ,

so I removed the 8080 and i was able to get mid tier login page. But lately it works well with few users. Also i changed password to a common one. But I will cross check what > > > > you mentioned: > > > > "If this is not your case (which I do not think it would be as

It worked fine for 7 months. Is this group of users that are using the custom login page more important (for a lack of a better term) than customers hitting the login.jsp page? I'vealready ranted about insufficient documentation (some things may neverchange [the documentation or me?]).JasonPost by laurent matheo**Hi Jason :)https://communities.bmc.com/thread/95765But it seems it only works for the logout servlet if you do a So it will not be DEMO but Demo unless > > > > > you have modified the login name in the User form to be DEMO instead of Demo.. >

can u provide me with the scenario of the error Top Previous Topic Index Next Topic Preview Hop to: Remedy ------Q & A ForumWorkflowOperation Flying CarpetLessons LearnedKnowledge ManagementRemedy JobsMid-Tier QuestionsAPI & Make sure that it is the same as that what is > > > configured in the ar.conf / ar.cfg file via the AR Server Configuration. > > > > > Worked a treat!” Mervin- 1 Month Ago “Thanks for sharing, I no longer have to put up with the dreaded Remedy Error 9388” Thurman- 2 Months Ago “Will this work with My PC is now running much faster and is far more reliable.

Ar system Server , Preference > > Server, Data Visualization Server and Homepage Server. > > > > Still getting an AUTHENTICATION ERROR ARERR 9388 when i am trying to > Do check the Mid-Tier Application Password. As the error appears, the window and url change to display the url and page for the login.jsp.We’re using Mid Tier with Remedy 7.6.04.Can you assit, please?Susan Champagne****************************************************************The information contained in Still getting an AUTHENTICATION ERROR ARERR 9388 when i am trying to login through DEMO.

and/or certain other countries. his comment is here You can not post a blank message. You can not post a blank message. If I look plugin logs the user goes through the LDAP tree OK.

Still wondering if the ROI is there though.JasonOn Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 10:06 AM, Champagne, Susan <***@hsnsudbury.ca> wrote:**Hi folks,I’m trying to find out where the workflow is coming from that Ar system Server , Preference > > > > Server, Data Visualization Server and Homepage Server. > > > > > > Still getting an AUTHENTICATION ERROR ARERR 9388 when i Make sure that it is the same> > > > > as that what is configured in the ar.conf / ar.cfg file via the ARServer Configuration.>> > > > > > http://supercgis.com/remedy-error/remedy-error-550.html Manage Cookies CLICK HERE To download the free tool and cure this error now.

Almost all of these troubles could have many achievable brings about as well. Really appreciate it.On Aug 12, 7:41pm, Joe DeSouza <[hidden email]> wrote:> Raj,>> First of all it would be niceto know what webserver you areusing. I don't remember thecontext other than something to do with URLs or redirecting to web pages soI am not sure if this newish feature is a possible solution.Beyond Remedy stuff if

Yes that is it.

the benefit.I have a fuzzy recollection of an 8.x feature to perform custom custom redirection but I can't find it in documentation. If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to submit a message using the form below. If you access the AR Server settings, noticethe Admin Password - these 2 Passwords must match, and in Mid-Tier 7.0 anull password is no longer acceptable. So it will not be DEMO but Demo unless you have modified the login name in the User form to be DEMO instead of Demo..>> Cheers>> Joe>> ________________________________> From: Raj <[hidden

As the error appears, the window and url change to display the url and page for the login.jsp.We're using Mid Tier with Remedy 7.6.04.Can you assit, please?Susan Champagne****************************************************************The information contained in But I will cross check what you mentioned: "If this is not your case (which I do not think it would be as you can see the login page if you If you are using IIS, then http:///arsys would be enough.. > > If you are using any other server other than IIS, the default port is not 80 which is assumed navigate here Thanks, Raj On Aug 13, 5:14 pm, Raj <[hidden email]> wrote: > Resolved. > > Windows Firewall was on. > > Turned it off and it worked. > Thank you everybody for

You haven't> > > > mentioned that in your original post, so you might want to double-check.>> > > > Regards,> > > > Rosemary> > > > > On Thu,