is 9842 open from the client to the appserver?
do you see the proxysvcurl in the credentials? (blcred cred -list)
you enabled the 'blsso' nsh proxy, not the legacy SRP or CLR proxy right?
I am receiving the same error and can't see where I'm going wrong. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
From NSH I get
SSO Error: Unacceptable proxy service greeting.
Error in Initializing RBAC User and Role (SSO Proxy)
Network Shell can be used for local access
And in the appserver.log I see:
failure establishing session with proxy service
NSH Proxy Connection closed
In my secure file I have
default:port=4750:protocol=5:tls_mode=encryption_only:encryption=tls:auth_profile=TEST_76:auth_profiles_file=/d/Program Files/BMC BladeLogic/OM_2/br/authenticationProfiles.xml:appserver_protocol=ssoproxy
And in my credentials list I can see the urls
%blcred cred -list
Issuing Service: service:authsvc.bladelogic:blauth://appserverhost:9840
Expiration Time: Mon Dec 14 21:59:32 GMT 2009
Maximum Lifetime: Mon Dec 14 21:59:32 GMT 2009
Client address: 10.10.96.221
the syntax of your secure file does not look correct. it should look like:
auth_profiles_file=/c/Program Files/BMC BladeLogic/OM/br
take out the port=4750
The problem was that I have just installed a second version of the CM GUI on my desktop to test out the new app server (7.6) and the NSH I was using was the old version that was in my Path (v7.4.2). I have since modified my Path to use the new GUI, resolved the issue of incompatible cygwin1.dlls and now I can connect. I have also removed the port 4750 from the secure file. I do however see several 'NSH Proxy Connection closed' messages in the appserver log after executing a command through nsh, for example an 'ls' even though the command works fine. Is this supposed to happen?
Also is there a way to run two versions of the GUI and nsh simultanteously? So without having to edit the secure file and changing desktop environment variables? Or shall I post this in another forum?
If this was unix, I'd say check your environment variables. On windows, I'm not sure. you should be able to run 2 different versions of the GUI at the same time, I've done that w/o any changes. as far as the secure file, unless you can separate the systems you are connecting to by network, you can only have 1 'default' line in there.