i've an installation of Cisco Prime 3.0 update 2.
Yesterday i've downloaded the device pack 3, but when i try to install update a pop-up appear that i'm not able to install it "unsigned updates are not allowed because security requirement" (see attached picture).
I've tried to install it with different browser, but the error is the same.
Could someone tell me what i have to change and where for install this update?
Is it actually stopping you it shouldn't got the same but it installed fine on my PI
Make sure you have completed the recommended preparation steps given in Before You Begin Installing the Prime Infrastructure 3.0 Technology Package.
Step 9 Restart the Cisco Prime Infrastructure server as explained in Restarting Prime Infrastructure in Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.0 Technology Package Administrator Guide to complete the installation process.
Step 10 You can verify the package installation from Prime Infrastructure Login page under Prime Add-Ons by hovering your mouse over the version and also by logging into the server and choosing Administration Licenses and Software Updates > Software Update. You should see a listing for the package in the Updates tab, with “Installed” in the Status column.
Thanks for the answer, i've read the post.
I've installed the file from my local computer, but the error is the same as my first attach.
Is there some security configuration that i can change in my browser to prevent this error ?
yes, i've foud the solution.
It's a security problem of the browser, with "EDGE", Internet Explorer 11, and the last firefox the component won't install.
I use an old IE 10 and complete the installation.
Thanks a lot to all for the answers.
I recently had this unsigned error problem with both a Maintenance Release Patch in Prime, and the Device Pack update.
Apparently its an issue with how the browser downloads the file - the browser changes the extension to .zip. What makes it worse is that within the zip is actually a .ubf file and a .sig file?
To resolve, simply change the extension on the downloaded file from .zip to .ubf.
I hope this solves the problem for anyone looking at this (admittedly old) thread - this problem drove me up the wall!
I had this issue tonight. Make sure to check the MD5 HASH with what is on Cisco's software page and that they match. There are free MD5 Checks online. That was my issue!