I have a problem running the console window, when you log on to the DRAC 4/p and click on Open Console status changes -> "Current console redirection status: Connecting..."
and end, returns the message:
"The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) currently installed is not supported.
Please refer to the DRAC 4 User's Guide for information on
installing a supported version of the JVM."
From three days trying everything.. upgrade DRAC [1.60 -> 1.75], downgrade, reinstall java
Java (Java SE 7 u5) working on the test page: http://www.java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp ... in the control panel marked web browser FireFox / IE / Chrome and nothing ;/
What's wrong, what's up?
Thanks for the quick reply .. especially the team dell
It works... I used the address https://DRAC-IP/cgi/vkvm ... but why does not operate normally by clicking on the "Open Console" - someone explain this?
Same problem here w/DRAC 4 and Java 7, but I've found an alternate workaround because the above workaround--https://DRAC-IP/cgi/vkvm--doesn't work for me (my ISA is blocking operation of the VNC/VKVM): Instead of the above, I have both current versions of the Java Runtime Environment (7u5 and 6u33) installed. When I want to connect to the DRAC 4 console, I go to Windows Control Panel and click on Java applet. Then I click on the Java tab, and then View. Both Java 1.7 and Java 1.6 are Enabled. I disable Java 1.7, then click OK and Apply. After that Java 6 loads, and I can once again connect to the DRAC 4 console. When done, I return to the Java applet, disable Java 1.6 and re-enable Java 1.7.
Have both JRE 6 and JRE 7 installed. Use Java Control Panell applet to View/Disable JRE 1.7. Re-enable JRE 1.7 and disable JRE 1.6 when work w/DRAC 4 is complete.