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Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

Occasional Visitor

Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

Every time I try and access the console on any of my prolient servers from my desktop running Windows XP Professional I get the error message
Integrated Lights-out has detected an error:
Error Message: The object invoked has discounnected from its clients.
File Name: https://ribhas15/header.htm
Line Number: 539

iLO Firmware 1.62 08/05/2004

I can access all of the other functions.

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Occasional Visitor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

I have the same issue. I believe it to be related to XP SP2, as I can run the RC from a W2K workstation.

Don
Occasional Visitor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

Don

I can get into the remote console when I use a laptop with XP Pro and SP2 loaded so I don't think it is XP anymore. Guess I will have to hope that HP figures out what the nx7010 laptop has over the HP Desktop unit.
Trusted Contributor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

Try disableing the script debugging in IE. From IE, click on Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced tab.
Occasional Visitor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

OK, I got mine to work. I configured IE to allow all pop-ups from this site, and voila! It worked!
Occasional Visitor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Don

Didn't work the first time but then realized I had a third party pop blocker running too. When I turned that off I was able to get in. This also explains why Mozilla didn't work either.
Occasional Visitor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

You are welcome!

:)
Honored Contributor

Re: Error The object invoked has disconnected from it's client

An alternative to enabling pop-ups is to press when clicking the link. This allows the pop-up instance to work.
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event