[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby acelmanaged » Mon Mar 28, 2011 9:41 am

Hi Everybody,



I have just started to trial the Collaboration Suite in a pilot domain, everything is installed and I can send and recieve mail correctly - few couple of issues which you guys might be able to help me out with.



From within the Admin UI I am unable to view the license, when I navigate to Configuration > Global Settings there is no license tab.



Also, when I click the Downloads link at the top, I can only see the Migration Wizards for Exchange, Domino and the PST Import wizard. I do not see the Connectors for BES, Outlook etc.



Any ideas?


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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby phoenix » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:22 am

[quote user="acelmanaged"]Hi Everybody,



I have just started to trial the Collaboration Suite in a pilot domain, everything is installed and I can send and recieve mail correctly - few couple of issues which you guys might be able to help me out with.



From within the Admin UI I am unable to view the license, when I navigate to Configuration > Global Settings there is no license tab.



Also, when I click the Downloads link at the top, I can only see the Migration Wizards for Exchange, Domino and the PST Import wizard. I do not see the Connectors for BES, Outlook etc.



Any ideas?[/QUOTE]Are you certain that you've installed the Network Edition? You should also check which Admin Extensions are installed (in the Admin UI).
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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby acelmanaged » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:24 am

[quote user="10330phoenix"]Are you certain that you've installed the Network Edition? You should also check which Admin Extensions are installed (in the Admin UI).[/quote]



Yep, when I issue zmcontrol -v I get the output as stated in my User Profile.

When I look at the Admin Extensions there are none, also there are no Zimlets?
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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby phoenix » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:35 am

You'll find the Admin Zimlets here:
ls -l /opt/zimbra/zimlets-network
Deploy all of them.
The 'normal' zimlets here:
ls -l /opt/zimbra/zimlets-deployed
Deploy the ones you want, all the default Zimlets & Admin Extensions are listed in the attached screenshots - restart Zimbra afterwards.

default_admin_zimlets.png


default_zimlets.png

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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby acelmanaged » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:53 am

[quote user="10330phoenix"]You'll find the Admin Zimlets here:



ls -l /opt/zimbra/zimlets-network
Deploy all of them.



The 'normal' zimlets here:



ls -l /opt/zimbra/zimlets-deployed
Deploy the ones you want, all the default Zimlets & Admin Extensions are listed in the attached screenshots - restart Zimbra afterwards.[/quote]



This has sorted it, thank you very much phoenix!
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[SOLVED] Pilot Implementation. Admin UI appears incomplete

Postby phoenix » Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:10 am

[quote user="acelmanaged"]This has sorted it, thank you very much phoenix![/QUOTE]Glad you've fixed it, enjoy. :)
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