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CMS-XML Expiring Certificate for Dimensions CM on August 9th 2014 - this will result in "PRG7700117E Error: Untrusted endorsing credentials" when logging into the Desktop Client
SSO with CAC is being used (either from SBM or CM) ... An authentication error "PRG7700117E Error: Untrusted endorsing credentials" similar to below will be received:
CMS-XML SBM - RCE 0-day exploit found in log4j - Security issue CVE 2021-44228
SBM - RCE 0-day exploit found in log4j - Security issue CVE 2021-44228
CMS-XML MCLG 4.0: Databases need to be rebuilt using Sybase 8.0.2 (Windows Only)
MCLG 4.0: Databases need to be rebuilt using Sybase 8.0.2 ( Windows Only)
CMS-XML Urgent notice for users of both SBM and Dimensions CM with SSO who are considering the upgrade to SBM 2009 R4
Urgent notice for users of both SBM and Dimensions CM with SSO who are considering the upgrade to SBM 2009 R4
CMS-XML Sample certificates in SBM expire on 16th September 2017 for SBM versions 10.1.x - you must update to avoid System Failure
Sample certificates in SBM expire on 16th September 2017 for SBM versions 10.1.x - you must update to avoid System Failure
CMS-XML Scripts may get truncated on upgrade from TT 6.6.1 to SBM 2.03, 2.04 or 2.05
Scripts may get truncated on upgrade from TT 6.6.1 to SBM 2.03, 2.04 or 2.05
CMS-XML SBM 10.1.1.3 and below - default certificates expired for STS, Federation Server and SSO Gatekeeper expire on 13th June 2015
SBM 10.1.1.3 and below - default certificates expired for STS, Federation Server and SSO Gatekeeper expire on 13th June 2015
CMS-XML ALERT - possible Oracle data loss if upgrading from TeamTrack directly to SBM 2008 2.03, 2.04, 2.05 or 2009 R1
ALERT - possible Oracle data loss if upgrading from TeamTrack directly to SBM 2008 2.03, 2.04, 2.05 or 2009 R1
CMS-XML After installing Microsoft Windows patch KB3172605 on a client PC, Internet Explorer can no longer access Tomcat-based servers via HTTPS (ports 8443/8444)
After installing Microsoft Windows patch KB3172605 on a client PC, Internet Explorer can no longer access Tomcat-based servers via HTTPS (ports 8443/8444)
CMS-XML Unable to login or promote or deploy after Sept. 11 2012 due to certificate expiry issue
An issue with the internal ssl certificates used by SBM has been reported which causes various issues with SBM like not being able to login, promote or deploy. See kb S139077 for more details.
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