I updated my server to OpenManage version 9.2 (from version 9.1 which was working fine), apparently with success. I can run the CLI commands without problems.
My problem is connecting to the OMSA site. I have tried different computers, different browsers (Chrome, Edge, Safari), from the server itself, and I always end up with a timeout connecting to the
I have uninstalled and reinstalled OMSA several times, with no luck.
The only slight improvement I've had is when modifying the tomcat
server.xml config file: if I disable the
SSLEnabled setting in the Connector then I do get the login screen, but I can't get past it. I enter the correct credentials, click Login, and then I get again in the Login screen. If I enter invalid credentials I get the expected "login failed" message (so I know the problem aren't the credentials). I'm guessing that internally this requieres the SSL to be working to get past the login.
This makes it clear that the issue is with the SSL connection. Trying to debug it with Fiddler I can see "A SSLv3-compatible ClientHello handshake was found" and the parameters. But it apparently... never finishes it?
I have removed the certificates (self signed) I found for the server on my computer, expecting Chrome to ask me to accept a new certificate, but no change whatsoever. I have already cleaned (Ctrl+Shift+Del) Chrome history/browsing data, with no luck.
I haven't tried reinstalling version 9.1 to see if anything changes, but I would really like to understand the problem before throwing the towel.
The server is running Windows 2016. The clients I have tried are Windows 10 and MacOS Mojave and the server itself. All the browsers I have tried are up to date.