Hi we recent upgraded several XP workstations to Vista Business edition.
We have been using OCS 10g/Oracle Web conferencing with no issues on XP, however since the upgrade to Vista it fails as follows...
- the Oracle Web Conferencing Console starts to load
- the Web Conferencing tool bar appears
I get the Collab Suite Real-time Window
stating "Conference in Progress "you have successfully joined conference xxxxxxxx"
then the Conferencing Console progress bar gets to 98% and it fails with the error messge pop-up " System Error" "Unable to connect to server"
I have trieds this with the Vista firewall off, etc.
also in I.E.7 I see the Oralce RTC client Loader has been downloaded and is enabled...any ideas?
Any update on support for Vista?
I am able to successfully run the diagnostics, but when either joining or starting a conference, the Console Initialization page simply does not load. I would be interested in how you were able to get to the Conference in Progress screen.
I created a document that can be found at:
That fixes this
Here's the text:
OWC for Windows Vista Users
Disable User Access Control
1.Launch MSCONFIG by from the Run menu.
2.Click on the Tools tab. Scroll down till you find "Disable UAC". Click on that line.
3.Press the Launch button.
4.A CMD window will open. When the command is done, you can close the window.
5.Close MSCONFIG. You need to reboot the computer for changes to apply.
Note that you can re-enable UAC by selecting the "Enable UAC" line and then clicking on the Launch button.
In the Microsoft Internet Expolrer toolbar, click on Tools>Internet Options>Security
Click on ‘Internet’ then ‘Custom Level’. Scroll down and click ‘Enable’ and all ‘ActiveX’ entries
Disabling IE 7 Pop-Up Blocker
1. Click on Tools>Pop-Up Blocker>Settings
2. Type in conference.oracle.com in the ‘Address of Website to Allow’ space
3. conference.oracle.com will appear in the ‘Allowed sites’ pane - Click ‘Close’