I recently upgraded to 126.96.36.199 and thus the Java Administration Console for Windows.
After I typed in the master server, my username and the password I am asked again and again if I would add the certificate authority to the truststore although I had chosen yes before.
Does anyone else have this problem?
are you seeing the message something like below?
if yes, how is your master server name configured...? first enty in master server bp.conf (if unix) or in Registory key first entry.
are you using the same name to loing to java console?
I have tried to login with the value of SERVER in bp.conf but still the same. Furthermore started the console as admin, no luck.
Although I see that the certificate file is copied to the program directory if I had chosen yes but the question appears for each subsequent start of the console.
SERVER entry in which bp.conf?
If you have Java installed on your Windows desktop, then there is no bp.conf.
bp.conf on Unix/Linux server does not need any SERVER entry for your desktop, unless you are using the Windows Admin Console and not Java.
You may want to uninstall Java Console (patch and base software) and reinstall and see if that makes a difference.
Or install on another laptop/desktop and see if the same issue is seen.
I have NBU 7.6 installed on my laptop with 188.8.131.52 and not seeing the same.
Only difference is that UAC is disabled on my laptop.
The bp.conf which I looked was on the SLES master server.
When I am clicking Yes the certificate will be copied to %programfiles%\Veritas\Java\var\VxSS\at\systemprofile\certstore\trusted but the message pop ups every time.
I have already tried to uninstall/install. In 184.108.40.206 I saw the question only one time because the button Yes worked at that time.
Probably best to log a Support call at this point int time.
I am looking at my C:\Program Files\Veritas\Java\var\VxSS\at\systemprofile\certstore\trusted folder - empty.
Seems Java on your desktop somehow thinks that NBAC is configured?
I see in my setconf.bat that there are entries such as:
Maybe check yours?
Or else rename yours and replace with mine? (Double-check paths in the file).
I have attached mine as setconf.txt
The problem was that the certificates were expired since February.
To see the expiry date:
# /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpnbat -WhoAmI -cf /usr/openv/var/vxss/credentials/[hostname]
# /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpnbat -WhoAmI -cf /usr/openv/var/vxss/credentials/[hostname.mydomain.com]
I renewed it and both certificates will expire after one year. The message doesn’t appear anymore.
# /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bpnbaz -configureauth -force
Why is the renewal process not automated? I'm using 220.127.116.11 and it will be fixed in 7.7GA, but until then you have to invoke the command every year.