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Is there a way to correct this? Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. How long will it take untill "Firefox" repaired that problem?! Happens to me once in a while, too. http://bovbjerg.net/page-cannot/web-server-page-cannot-displayed.php

Can any folk help to resolve it ? 22608Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final. The device (mylaptop) is not set up to accept connection on port 8333. I notice it has a similar URL of the form "http://127.0.0.1:4664/...". All servers are running fine for a long time now.

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For more details see Persona Deprecated. Any router settings to check? share|improve this answer answered Dec 19 '11 at 19:53 Dave 111 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had this problem also.

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Cheers, Bernard Cheah ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft. View Connection Server Logs However, no one outside of our domain can navigate to the site using https??? All of the tricks I could find, F8 on boot, disabling cert validation etc didnt do the trick. The file should be regenerated automatically.

Two days back I installed Loopback adapter to install Oracle 11g R2 on Windows 7. That will make quite a difference in terms of exact steps to check/diagnose/configure/whatever things. –David Spillett Jun 23 '09 at 19:13 Are you running a firewall that blocks port I have been running for about 2 weeks without issue and now I am getting the same connection refused problem. Correct?

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I accepted the default operating ports for VMware. If the problem persists, uninstall and reinstall VMware Server share|improve this answer edited Nov 1 '14 at 12:35 masegaloeh 14.2k72566 answered Nov 1 '14 at 10:46 Dhiraj 1 add a comment| Vmware View Admin Page Cannot Be Displayed thanks, prakash

Reply Name* Email* Website Comment Cancel rithic iek says January 31, 2010 Check and rename this file as well.. After that, I rebboot my computer and open VMware Server Home Page https://mylaptop:8333/ui/#.

I'm weak on networking so any help would be appreciated. 0 Comments magicmedicine Jan 2009 edited Jan 2009 http://communities.vmware.com/thread/172596 this seems to be a very helpful discussion, more so than the click site Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 11. Googled for error message"error: not well-formed (invalid token)" and one of solution was to check datastores.xml and if file is not correct replace it with datastores.xml.default In my case I checked It is now 6 months after the first report and Firefox is still not running VMware 2.0, the most common virtulation software.

There might be a typing error in the address. If you want to see the problem be corrected, you must look at your https server logs to find out what it's unhappy about. Find out what it's unhappy about. http://bovbjerg.net/page-cannot/virtual-server-page-cannot-be-displayed.php Are you sure the VMware Server is running?

It worked for me too. Troubleshooting VMware Server Console Issue 1. VMware opens through the web browser.

To start the service: Log on to the server as an administrator.

does incoming port 443 traffic able to reach your internal IIS ? thanks once again!

Reply Name* Email* Website Comment Cancel prakash says January 27, 2010 very goo documentation, Atul. Attempts with Firefox (lates) resulted in "Failed to Connect." I checked Windows Firewall, which I keep turned off anyway, but found that the two VMware virtual network adapters were checked by You can not post a blank message.

Re: VMware Server 2 Home Page https://mylaptop:8333/ui/# cannot Display user1234567 Feb 25, 2010 8:14 AM (in response to HrRossi) I have tried https://127.0.0.1:8333/ui quite a few times but still get the Seems that I am really not the only one experiencing this problem. But 2 days ago when I turned on my computer and opened VMware Server 2 Home Page https://mylaptop:8333/ui/#, the Internet Explorer cannot display the web page. More about the author If you have server logs, start there.

If the file does not exist, remove datastores.xml and restart the VMware Host Agent service. This is a system for secure login to servers on the web. I enable SSL on IIS on the main site. My company has a web site that has been running for years without SSL enabled.

I suspect IE is barfing at the lack of signed certificate. What is this all about?