10-06-2010 08:00 AM
I have a problem with my Juniper SA 2000 - 6.5R3.1 (build 15255)
I've noted that the "Multiple user sessions warning notification page" is not html compliant and this give a lot of problem when you try to parse it with automatic tools.
I have saved the page and checked with W3C Markup validation service (http://validator.w3.org/) and found a lot of error; the same for the "Default Sign-in Page"
The most evident problem is that the warning page has no <html> tag.
Anybody encountered the same problem ?
Is there a way to fix this ?
Thanx a lot
10-07-2010 09:39 PM
This is not something I have heard of yet; what type of automatic tools are you trying to parse the page with? What is the intent of doing this?
There is no way to change the page; you can try using custom sign-in pages and customizing the page to see if you can get the validation to occur that way, but it is not possible to modify the default page.
06-22-2012 12:11 PM
I know that this was an old post of yours, but I was curious if you ever found a resolution to this issue. I recently upgraded my IVEs from 6.5R2 to 7.1R6. I have a realm configured to allow two concurrent users sessions and I have enabled the multiple user session waring. Users with Windows 7 and IE9 or FF 12/13 are all seeing this incomplete session warning box just as you describe. (see attached screenshots)
Any information that you can provide would be appreciated.
07-10-2012 06:33 AM
FYI we did open a case with JTAC. It turns out that this is known issue and was addressed under 7.2. Unfortunately the bug was not documented in the release notes.
I have tested using a test 4500 and a production 6500 cluster and can confirm that the issue was resolved once we moved from 7.1R6 to 7.2R2.