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    MobiusNZ is offline Special Member
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    Default Administration Problem Since Upgrading To

    Since upgrading to Release 7.1.4_GA_2555.UBUNTU10_64 UBUNTU10_64 NETWORK edition, Patch 7.1.4_P1., I'm having problems getting to my admin console.

    I've attached a screenshot of what I see.

    When I open up Chrome's error console, there are thousands of messages along the lines of

    POST https://zimbra.[xxxxx].nz:7071/service/admin/soap/BatchRequest 500 (Internal Server Error)
    (anonymous function):7071/zimbraAdmin/:1516
    :7071/zimbraAdmin/:1491Exception in launch(): auth credentials have expired
    (anonymous function)
    And I have to clear my cache before it will work again. This didn't happen prior to upgrading. Any ideas?
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    justdave is offline Trained Alumni
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    It's a known bug, which I believe is fixed already, but the fix isn't expected to be included in shipping code until version 7.2.0 (due in April last I heard). Removing your ZM_ADMIN_AUTH_TOKEN cookie seems to be the cleanest workaround.

    See: Bug 67645 – Admin console becomes unusable after upgrade

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