12-30-2012 11:56 PM
Hi NNM experts,
We have NNM9.2 on windows HA cluster and ispi for performance on standalone servers.
When i login into NNM and then try to click on "iSPI for Performance --> Reporting Menu". it open up the new IE and then throw a webpage error message saying "No Secuirty Token was set",
if any one has faced this issue please help out the same ..
I have also case with HP active , but the resolution might take time.
Thanks and Regards,
12-31-2012 09:28 AM
Could you please try to acces NNMi using the FQDN and then the reporting application.Please let me know if you notice the same results.
Thank you in advance of your answer.
01-03-2013 02:34 AM
Please make sure you are logged into NNMi's UI using the NNMi Server's FQDN, and then click on the report menu.
Take note of what URL it ends up at, and post a screenshot if possible.
The URL should point to the FQDN of the perfSPI server.
If not, run "nnmenableperfspi.ovpl", enter the right info, (including the right user info especially when domain users are being setup for access, it should be "fulldomain.com/username"). I am guessing the user name field in the NPS UI shows a blank against it.
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02-10-2013 07:31 AM
I am facing the same problem WW165056 was having some time ago. In this case, I am just testing an environment having NNMi 9.20 and NPS with iSPI Performance for Metrics installed on the same box. I have the domain configured for the machine. However, when I try to get to 'Reporting Menu' option, a new explorer window shows up saying 'No security token was set'. The following screenshot shows how I am using FQDN to access to NNMi console:
And the following screenshot shows the message I am receiving when trying to select the 'Report Menu' option from the 'Performance for Metrics' plugin:
I think I shouldn't be running the 'nnmenableperfspi.ovpl' because I guess this is used when having NNMi and NPS installed on different servers, which is not my case.
I have lately been googleing and I cannot get any information regarding to this message apart from this post.
Any clue would be really appreciated. Looking forward to hearing any news :-)
Thanks in advance and kind regards,
11-12-2013 01:54 AM
When you acces the NNMi server in browser, you must use and have the fqdn-name entry updated in your dns, and that must be the same as configured when you enabled iSPI (nnmenableperfspi.ovpl). You can not use an other dns-name to access your server. You can have several entrys in your DNS pointed towards your server, but must use the same fqdn-name to the server that you configured during the installation. (and if you use different servers for iSPI and NNMi, they must both be in the same domain ( eg. server1.home.com and server2.home.com, or server2.nearly.home.com)
12-17-2013 08:26 AM
I ran into this issue as well by accident. I was accessing NNMi from the OMW server and when I tried to run a report I would get this error. As soon as I went to my desktop or the NNMi server and ran through the same steps it didn't miss a beat. I'm not sure what the problem is exactly with that scenario but that's what happened to me. Hopefully this info helps in some way.
12-17-2013 08:32 AM
In my case My FQDN configuration wasn't properly configured with NNM as well as in Host file. I did the same and worked perfectly.