I am experience this same issue. Mac Mini running Yosemite. Tried disabling and re-enabling SSL Certificate. No luck. Re-deployment provides me the same error.
Running a port scan in the Network Utility shows that Port 80 and Port 443 are no longer open.
I hope we can find a solution to this soon!
I installed the FMS 14.04 updater
result was webdirect broken
FMS consoleadmin broken.
Uninstalled FMS 14
Installed with full software installer (went to filemaker support) got download software link for our licence.
WebDirect running again (export container even worked)
SSL not in use - so export container working but have to turn on SSL
Will give an update once SSL is turned on and web server restarted
Same problem here, web server not working after update 14.0.4, though database server and WPE supposedly are. I tried uninstalling then reinstalling 14.0.1 and reupdating, but same result unfortunately. Mac mini server, Yosemite, not installed: Apple's "Server" app. All was working much better 'til now with FMS 14.0.3
after running the full product install fms_18.104.22.1682 and everything coming up OK including WebDirect and FMS Admin Console running, I enabled SSL :
after enabling SSL and adding the chain intermediate certificate line in httpd-ssl.config
copying the intermediate certificate back :
Admin Console "broken" again
WebDirect "broken" again
SO I guess the option for this particular server and installation so far seems to be either:
1. Run fms_22.214.171.1242 full product install without SSL
2. Run a previous version of FMS with SSL.
FYI - we are running a Mac Server with FM Pro Adv and WebDirect clients
Another update in the saga of installation of update 14.04 and progress with problem with FMS WebDirect and SSL
Upgrade completed - however
WebDirect brokenWebDirect - no connection Wan or LAN
(Note SSL was in use)
2. Uninstalled FMS 14
Installed Full Product version from download software link
Turned on SSL restarted
Admin Console not working at all
WebDirect - no connection Wan or LAN
3. Uninstalled FMS 14
Removed custom certificate from CStore and removed certificate chain line from http-ssl.config and removed custom server request and key permissions files from FileMaker server folder / subdirs
Installed Full Product version from download software link
Left SSL off
However the following interesting anomalies were found:
1. Safari, Firefox and Chrome web browsers all report a secure HTTPS connection complete with green padlock icon which when selected reveals the valid and trusted custom Geotrust TruebusinessID SSL certificate (the correct one too)
2. Filemaker Pro Advanced 14.04 reports a secure connection.
3. Using Data Viewer in FMPro Adv14.04 Get ( ConnectionState ) reports state 1 not encrypted (FileMaker Server with SSL disabled, or to a FileMaker Pro host)
Wondered if it could be the cache in the browsers "remembering" the good old SSL-days
Cleared web browser cookies, cache and history
Still came up with green padlock and secure connection.
So it appears WebDirect and Filemaker Pro clients connect using SSL, or at least "report" that
but the dataviewer picks up that FMS has actually got SSL turned off.
The SSL custom certificate is essentially uninstalled (unless I've left some remnant somewhere behind), as I removed all the files I installed during certificate installation and any changes to configs removed
I will leave the system as is and wait and see what happens with further fixes
Same issue here. Mac Mini running Yosemite ( and nothing else )
FMS 14.03 updated to 14.04
Not possible to connect to the Admin Console after ?????
I think I saw in another post last night that the IP address version of the admin console wasn't working after updating. I use the localhost version directly on the FMS machine and did not have any issues getting access.
FYI, updated a client machine running OS X 10.9.x and it all worked fine. Running a custom SSL cert as well.
That said, maybe this issue is limited to Yosemite and El Capitan (10.10 + 10.11)?
I don't believe it's limited to an OS. I believe there is something else affecting it. We've had one successful install on a Yosemite machine here, but two failed installs on other Yosemite machines. In another thread I read of a successful install in El Capitan, by uninstalling FMS from the Yosemite machine. Updating to El Capitan, then installing directly to 14.0v4 on the El Capitan.
I have a feeling it might be something with SSL like mmagrath stated. Our machine that successfully updated doesn't run with an SSL certificate, but our other two did.
Also FYI - If you need to revert back to 14.0v3. Uninstall 14.0v4. Install 14.0v1, then update to 14.0v2 and then update to 14.0v3. I found that jumping from 14.0v1 to 14.0v3 broke the Web Server as well.
From these posts, it appears there is an issue.
To make sure the correct and complete information is reported, please let me know the SSL certificate each of you are using.
Just the standard one for me as indicated by this when using WebDirect:
The standard FileMaker certificate is installed on this server. Some features of WebDirect will not function correctly. Please contact your system administrator to install a custom SSL certificate.
This page says Min. Requirement for #FileMaker Server 14.0.4 is El Capitan. Can that be correct?? http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5677
I'm using the FMI cert for the dev server that had these problems. (I originally posted at Re: FileMaker Pro 14.0.4 and FileMaker Server 14.0.4 updates now available )
I have managed to get my server back up and running with the web server working. As mentioned above, the full install file seems to work fine.
So, I uninstalled FMS 14.0.4 that had been updated from 14.0.3. See here for info on how to do this: How to install and uninstall FileMaker Server | FileMaker
I copied my Data folder to the desktop to be safe but the uninstall does not appear to remove your data.
I didn't reboot after that, just installed 14.0.4 using the full installer.
How to get the full installer rather than updater file? If you have a full license, contact FMI and they can give you a new download link. If you have a FDS license, last time I checked they had not updated the download link, but just change the numbers at the end of the download link to 126.96.36.1994.
I'll report back if there are additional issues I come across, but for now it seems to be fully functional.
Sure enough... too bad the release notes didn't make that clear! They simply say: "FileMaker Server 14.0.4 includes support for OS X El Capitan version 10.11" which did not say to me that it was exclusively for it.
TSGal, I'll report my configuration in the thread that is in the "Report An Issue" section.