recently we update our SAS server from sas9.4 TS1M3 to TS1M4, after this, everything are working fine, but the SAS users can not login SAS Ev Manager anymore, SAS EV manager log as follows.
21-09-2017 19:58:14,731 MDT ERROR [SenderThread] [SenderThread@490] Error sending measurements: Unable to contact server @ https://<SAS server name>:7443/lather: java.net.ConnectEx
ception: A remote host refused an attempted connect operation.
org.hyperic.hq.bizapp.client.AgentCallbackClientException: Unable to contact server @ https://<>server_name>:7443/lather: java.net.ConnectException: A remote host refused an att
empted connect operation.
21-09-2017 19:58:14,731 MDT INFO [SenderThread] [SenderThread@493] retrying measurement send
any advise ?
The problem could be with the HTTPS connection. If you are using a CA signed certificate you may need to add the certificate to the Trusted CA Bundle, you can do this using SAS Deployment Manager:
Thanks for your reply. you know, I just confirmed from SAS support that only users who have SAS administrator priviledge can access SAS Environment Manager. it is confused since before update from sas9.4 ts1m3 to m4, all sasusers can access SAS EV Manager.
so far, the solution is only sas adminstrators can access SAS EV manager.
Great@ excellent solution! ! one more question, right now by default, sasusers can see each other after's ID after login SAS EV managers. I disabled the permisison, that means sasusers can not see each other's ID including groups, but if disable the permision to allow to be able to see each other's id, they are not able to login SAS EV Manager again.
any advise, please!
since we are going to ask all sasuser to sychronize password by login SAS EV manager instead of SAS Perosnal Login Manager. we do not want to allow them to see each others. That would be time consuming for them, we have hundreds of user and groups.
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