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Orion 8.5.1 - Service Pack 3 Now available

 This Service Pack 3 includes a new web resource named "All Nodes - Tree (AJAX)". This is an incrementally loaded version of the "All Nodes - Tree" resource that appears on the Network Summary Home view by default. This new AJAX resource should perform better when monitoring  a larger number of nodes. To support this resource, the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Extensions package (ASPAJAXExtSetup.msi) is installed with SP3.

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Mark


Will SP3 be made part of the full 8.5.1 install as I'm now considering upgrading?


Thanks


Jon

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If you download 8.5.1 now (since the release of SP3), then SP3 is already rolled in.

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How can I tell if I have SP3.  I download 8.5.1 yesterday but it does not indicate an SP level in the about page.

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The footer on the website will tell you if you have Service Pack 3.

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What if you have a seperate web server?  We applied service pack 3 to Orion and I cannot find any indication that it is on service pack 3.  I didn't find any information in the release notes in regards to seperate web servers or applying the SP to a seperate webserver.  Does this need to be assumed and will it affect anything for the Orion portion of the update if it does not exist on the webserver??

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You can verify that version of Orion by opening registry editor and going to the following key:


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Solarwinds\Orion\Core


You may also see version information about any other add-ins that you have installed. It will be in various sub-folders of the Orion folder.

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Perfect!  That is exactly what I needed!

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IE7 & Orion 8.5.1 SP3:  Telnet does not work....


I understand that Microsoft disabled the Telnet protocol in IE7, but I have re-enabled it through the registry fix.  The problem here is that the telnet hyperlink on the Orion web site  for a node is in the format of telnet:<ip address> rather than telnet://<ip address>.  See  for a good explanation of the problem.


Are there plans to fix this?


David

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You can fix this by editing the file named integrationicons.ascx.  by default it's located at c:\inetpub\solarwinds\orion\netperfmon\controls\integrationicons.ascx.  Open the file with a text editor and search for "telnet:" to find the point in the code where you need to add the slashes.

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Thanks!!!


I actually did a search/replace for href='telnet: and href="telnet: and replaced it with href='telnet:// and href="telnet://. 


It was replaced in 7 files. 


D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\NetPerfMon\Resources\2-1-NodeDetails\01-AdvancedNodeDetails.Resource
     88: <td class="Property"><a href="telnet://<%=Node.GetProperty("IP_Address")%>">telnet://<%=Node.GetProperty("IP_Address")%></a> </td>
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\NetPerfMon\Scripts\NetPerfMon.asp
    422: Response.Write "<a href='telnet://" & ParamString & "'><img alt='Telnet to " & ParamString & "' src='/NetPerfMon/images/Small.Telnet.gif' Border=0></a>"
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\NetPerfMon\Scripts\NetPerfMon-WhiteLogo.asp
    371: Response.Write "<a href='telnet://" & ParamString & "'><img alt='Telnet to " & ParamString & "' src='/NetPerfMon/images/Small.Telnet.gif' Border=0></a>"
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\NetPerfMon\Scripts\Resource.asp
    292: Response.Write "<a href='telnet://" & ParamString & "'><img alt='Telnet to " & ParamString & "' src='/NetPerfMon/images/Small.Telnet.gif' Border=0></a>"
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\Orion\NetPerfMon\Controls\IntegrationIcons.ascx
     59: <a href='<%= string.Format("telnet://{0}", this.MyNode.IPAddress) %>'>
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\WirelessNetworks\Resources\1-2-WirelessSummary\51-Clients.Resource
     33: <a href="telnet://<%=SQLResource.GetProperty("IP_Address")%>"><img  alt="Telnet to Access Point" src="/NetPerfMon/images/Small.Telnet.gif" Border="0"></a>
D:\InetPub\SolarWinds\WirelessNetworks\Resources\1-2-WirelessSummary\52-RadioChannels.Resource
     37: <a href="telnet://<%=SQLResource.GetProperty("IP_Address")%>"><img  alt="Telnet to Access Point" src="/NetPerfMon/images/Small.Telnet.gif" Border="0"></a>


It now works perfectly. 


David

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