Just for a control, I switched back to the budnled java. Can you send now?


On 4/14/20 12:46 PM, Marcie Crocker wrote:
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Same result if I try to send an invitation

Marcie

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Well, that's certainly a result. We do have a couple of other options. I've now switched to IBM's java. Can you try this again?

Thanks

On 4/14/20 11:57 AM, Marcie Crocker wrote:

I can log into the simpletest technician console, but when I send an invitation I get a Sending error

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Marcie

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Yes, someone with a tech account will need to initiate the testing.

On 4/14/20 11:39 AM, Pamala Smith wrote:

Do you not need a partnered simptest.uvm.edu/tech to test it?


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Subject: SimpleHelp java test

Hi All,

Our security scanner has identified the version of java that's bundled
with SimpleHelp as having known security risks. However, SimpleHelp
doesn't seem to be in a hurry to fix this. As an experiment, I switched
simpletest.uvm.edu to use OpenJDK instead of the bundled java version.
It seems to start up and connect fine, but it it would probably be a
good idea to put it through its paces and make sure there aren't any
problems hidden within.

Could I ask a few of you to test it out and see how it performs in the wild?

Thanks,

--
Brian O'Donnell
Senior Linux Systems Administrator, SAA
University of Vermont

-- 
Brian O'Donnell
Senior Linux Systems Administrator, SAA
University of Vermont
-- 
Brian O'Donnell
Senior Linux Systems Administrator, SAA
University of Vermont
-- 
Brian O'Donnell
Senior Linux Systems Administrator, SAA
University of Vermont