A couple of questions/thoughts:
- Are you on the host machine or on a separate machine, using an IP address or "localhost" address?
- If on a separate machine or using the IP address in the URL, can you login from the host machine using the "localhost" address?
Thank you for the suggestions, but I'm on the host machine itself and the webloc uses
http://localhost:16001/admin-console to open the login page.
It must be something else that's failing.
Is the Sample file accessible via WebDirect, at:
That will tell you if FMServer is actually serving files. If not, probably time for another uninstall/reinstall.
If it is serving files,
Have you succesfully logged in to the Admin Console since doing the reinstall?
If not, it might be a problem with the account/password info.
Do you have mutliple browsers available to test with?
The Sample file opens correctly in WebDirect, so the server is running.
I'm not so suspicious of any account/password issue as this sceriao developed well before my latest reinstall. With that installation there were several successful logins -- even after the FMS 13 v2 upgrade.
I'm still looking for some system change that has provoked the failure but nothing has yet lept out of the woodwork. I may decide to see if OS X 10.9.3 is an answer, but prefer not to make that update merely to try and solve another issue.
Though I have no specific reason to suspect the FMS updates need the OSX update, lacking any other useful ideas, it may be worth the try.