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From Gary Marshall <gwj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What happened to the Tomact 6 Monitor?
Date Mon, 02 Mar 2009 14:49:17 GMT
Hello and thank you for your prompt response.
I should have been more detailed in my explanation and environment.  The
scenario I define here happens EVERY TIME I install and then reboot my Vista
machine, within which, I believe I have admin rights.  This Vista machine is
my own personal machine.

Unfortunately as I write this, I am at the office, and not at home so I
cannot check that Tomcat is in fact running when I see that security "red X"
dialog box generate, and I am sure that the default permissions are set on
the directory where Tomcat is installed.  I am sure that Tomcat is not
running when this dialog appears because, as I stated, I am allowed to start
Tomcat by clicking on Start -> All Programs -> Apache Tomcat 6.0 -> Tomcat
Manager.  Wouldn't Windows or Tomcat complain if I did this and it was
already started?

Another important point:  At any time, when I click on click on Start -> All
Programs -> Apache Tomcat 6.0 -> Configure Tomcat I get the same "Red X"
dialog box stating "Access is denied.  Unable to open the server 'Tomcat6'".

Hmm... Are you thinking that possibly Vista is disallowing the Tomcat
Monitor from running?

Thanks again
Gary






FYI... I



On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 9:27 AM, Serge Fonville <serge.fonville@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>
>
>
> > Now, I reboot my machine.  When the machine gets to the Window desktop a
>
> "red X" dialog box displays stating " Acess is denied.  Unable to open the
>
> server 'Tomcat6'". I am repeating the message here letter for letter
> exactly
> >
>
> as it is shown in the dialogue box that pops up.  So I click "OK"
>
>
> Since you get a security dialog, my first guess is you are not logged on as
> an administrator.
> is this correct?
> Also, is tomcat started? (check task manager and look in services.msc)
> What are the (applicable) permissions on the directory tomcat is installed?
>
> I have had this same behavior several times.
> >
>
> So not every time then?
> All these times, was it on the same machine or different machines?
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Regards,
>
> Serge Fonville
>
> On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 3:21 PM, Gary Marshall <gwjm56@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > All:
> >
> > I have a Vista machine stoked with maximum memory. The following has
> > occurred each time I complete an install of Tomcat 6.0 followed by a
> reboot
> > of my computer.
> >
> > I downloaded and successfully installed Tomcat6 setting the checkbox on
> the
> > component page that generaates during install that sets Tomcat to start
> > automatically with Windows . Each install resulted in a Tomcat icon
> placed
> > in the system tray at the lower right in Windows, which allows me to stop
> > and start Tomcat as needed.
> >
> > Now, I reboot my machine.  When the machine gets to the Window desktop a
> > "red X" dialog box displays stating " Acess is denied.  Unable to open
> the
> > server 'Tomcat6'". I am repeating the message here letter for letter
> > exactly
> > as it is shown in the dialogue box that pops up.  So I click "OK"
> >
> > Now at the Windows desktop, the Tomcat Monitor icon is not in the system
> > tray.   In order to start Tomcat I have to click on Start -> All
> Progbrams
> > -> Apache Tomcat 6.0 -> Tomcat Manager.  This brings up the logon dialog
> > and
> > then I am in the Tomcat manager panel.  However I cannot stop Tomcat
> since
> > I
> > cannot open the Monitor, since the icon that existed in the system tray
> > after the install and before the reboot is not there anymore.
> >
> > I have had this same behavior several times.
> >
> > Can anybody tell me what I am missing? Do I need to set some property or
> > setting someplace in order to get the Tomcat Monitor be on the system
> tray
> > and available for my use at all times?
> >
> > Thanks to all for your assistance.
> >
> > gary
> >
>

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