"Failed - Device is using an old Unified CVP version that does not support this operation"

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This is observed on iso build 601.
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This is observed on ISO build 601
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While adding hosts to the Web services as mentioned below -
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1. System -> Web Services -> Remote Operations Deployment
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*While adding hosts to Web services as follows:
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2. Add few dummy IP addresses along with hostnames & add them 1-by-1
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3. Click on "Save & Deploy" followed by "Deployment Status" button
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*1. Click on System -> Web Services -> Remote Operations Deployment
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4. The status column reads - "Failed - Device is using an old Unified CVP version that does not support this operation"
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*2. Add IP addresses along with hostnames
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*3. Click on "Save & Deploy" followed by "Deployment Status" button
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*4. The status column reads - "Failed - Device is using an old Unified CVP version that does not support this operation"
Here, the mentioned IP addresses didn't contain any older CVP version. This is something misleading although the status as Failed is correct.
Here, the mentioned IP addresses didn't contain any older CVP version. This is something misleading although the status as Failed is correct.

Revision as of 14:16, 24 May 2012

This is observed on ISO build 601

  • While adding hosts to Web services as follows:
  • 1. Click on System -> Web Services -> Remote Operations Deployment
  • 2. Add IP addresses along with hostnames
  • 3. Click on "Save & Deploy" followed by "Deployment Status" button
  • 4. The status column reads - "Failed - Device is using an old Unified CVP version that does not support this operation"

Here, the mentioned IP addresses didn't contain any older CVP version. This is something misleading although the status as Failed is correct.

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