At last, the EMM was installed; but now we have another issue, when we change some options in the policies and try to save this changes we get the following error:
"An unhandled exception was throw by the Application. Please contact tyour System Administrator. (Error 0x80131522. Debugging resource strings are unavailable. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=106663&Version=4.0.60310.0&File=mscorrc.dll&Key=0x80131522)
Somebody knows what happend, because we cant do changes to the policies.
Thanks in advance.
I get the same error when loading enterprise apps. I called McAfee and explained the error I have recieved and I keep getting the run-around. I am trying to figure out what the problem is. If you get a resolution, please let me know.
JuniorMessage was edited by: jval01 on 5/26/11 1:13:47 PM CDT
ChosScar08 - This may mean that the policy you are trying to work on has become corrupt for some reason. Try the following:
See if this helps with your issue.
We are working with the "Starter Policy" and doesnt have the Membership TAB. After see that, we Create New Policy called TEST, go to the Membership Tab, and when we try to add the groups we get the same error.
Do you have some idea about is ?
You may want to try and reinstall the EMM Console. Goto the control panel and unistall just the EMM Console. Then run the setup again and do a custom install. Check off the EMM Console as the portion to be installed. If that does not help, make sure you are using Internet Explorer or Firefox with the silverlight components and not Chrome or Safari. Sometimes this will cause an issue. Finally, if that fails, then there may be something wrong with the Table in SQL that needs to be fixed. I would call Support at that point.
Thanks for the update, but I have EMM in production already. I cant uninstall and reinstall.
JuniorMessage was edited by: jval01 on 5/26/11 3:49:44 PM CDT