I succesfully installed TMS 15.2.1, TMSPE 1.7.0 in lab. I set telepresence conductor settings on System>>Provisioning>>Users and created new Collaboration Meeting Room Template. When I try to set new template for group or to change or delete template or delete conductor I always get error: "Warning Server Error" or "Warning Request failed with status 405".
I have no idea about reason of this issue.
May be it because there are no PMP and SMP license on conductor (license has only on telepresence server) and Multiparty licensing for TelePresence Servers is disabled on conductor?
I tryed to reinstall tms and tmspe but the problem hasn't disappeared.
Please, help. It is very important to solve this problem for me.
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What Java version and Windows OS are you running?
Did you make the required changes to the Java 8 software where TMSPE is installed to enable 4096-bit encryption, per the TMSPE 1.7 Release Notes? Otherwise TMSPE will be unable to communicate with Conductor.
Regardless of having PMP/SMP license, CMR should work with TelePresence Server screen licenses.
I too had the same issue for my recent deployments, however after doing some research,reading notes and applying the workaround mentioned in release notes indicated by Patrick it indeed worked.
same here, i changed the settings on the java.security file but i get the same error "server error" have you ever go this resolved?
Greetings. The problem with TMS is solved and it was not in the OS version, but in the IIS server settings. The thing is that I originally installed TMS via video: Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_65Ka3zoq4 In this video, a colleague turned on the WebDAV Publishing service when installing IIS, which did not need to be done (as I understand it, IIS itself is included when installing TMS and it does not need to be turned on separately). After disabling the role of the WebDAV Publishing service and restarting IIS, the problem of manipulating CMR settings on TMS was lost."
this is correct, i fell for the same pitfall when installing TMs following this Video. but also the Java configuration changes explained on the notes below needed to be performed.
Note, TMS will automatically install IIS and associated features it requires, the user should not need to install it themselves, from the install guide:
The Microsoft IIS (Internet Information Services) web server will be installed automatically by the Cisco TMS installer unless already present on the system.
Hi Patrick. Thanks fpr reply.
Java version - jre-8u101-windows-x64
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard SP1 64bit
TMS 15.2.1, TMSPE 1.7.0
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Express Edition (64-bit)
I performed this:
1. Change java security file as desribed in release notes
2. uninstalled TMSPE
3. delete tmspe database
4. installed TMSPE again
5. Add conductor and CMR template
But I have this problem again. I can't remove CMR template and conductor even if disable Conductor admin account used for api access. I think that is internal problem of TMS not depending from communication with conductor.
If there aren't any CMRs created yet, you can delete the CMR template and Conductor settings from the database. This is untested, so suggest you take a backup of the database first, the data is stored in the following database and tables:
Does anything appear in the TMSPE logs that might explain what you're seeing?
Hi Patrick. Thanks for reply
>>>Does anything appear in the TMSPE logs that might explain what you're seeing?
There are no errors or warnings on TMS Provisioning Extension Diagnostics. Also there are no errors or warnings on SQL server. I see template and conductor settings in SQL database (dbo.templates, dbo.conductor_settings). Earlier I tryed to reinstall TMSPE and delete tmspe databases, but this hasn't solved a problem.
When I set conductor I see in menu conductor settings (for example - service preference created on Conductor) and checking of templates ("Verify templates" button) comleted succesfully.
May be i will try to reinstall tms and tmspe on Win Server 2012 instead of Win Server 2008.