This document provides several steps for troubleshooting the following problem:
Cisco Agent Desktop or Supervisor can't login
This message appears quite often on new installs of the Cisco Customer Response Solution (CRS) application. In most cases, the problem is a configuration step that is overlooked.
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This message often appears on new installs of the Cisco CRS application. In most cases, the problem is a configuration step overlooked during the install.
Cisco Agent Desktop or Supervisor can't login.
The first step is to get a clear definition of the problem and, if possible, a screen shot of the agent desktop error message along with agent logs the indicate the problem or error message. Here are some questions to ask to help isolate the problem:
Does this affect only one agent or all agents?
If only one agent, could the agent log on before the problem occurred?
Is the agent desktop operating system Windows 2000 or Windows XP?
Is the agent(s) Caps Lock on when entering the user ID or password?
Test another known good agent user name and password to attempt to isolate problem to a specific machine.
Verify the agent user name and password by going to the Cisco CallManager. From the browser, go to http://CallMgrIP/ccmuser.
If the user name and password are correct, check the next steps to help troubleshoot the problem:
Try to map a drive from the Agent Desktop to the Desktop_cfg share dir on the CRS Server and verify that it is successful.
Verify that you can create a file from the Agent PC (have read/write access) in the Desktop_cfg\Desktop\License folder on the CRS Server.
If failed, add the Everyone user to the permission list and test (user should be able to write to the License Directory and the Agent should then login).
If this does not work, set the trace and gather logs for the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) to review.
If the steps above do not solve the problem, set the trace and gather logs for Cisco TAC to review.
Set the trace level to 204 in this file:
Set the agent.dbg trace Size=30000000 (default is 300000):
The changes take affect when the Agent Desktop logs on. The log files are in the c:\Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\log folder. The log files are also copied to c:\Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\log\old\ folder when the max file size is reached. Capture both the agent.dbg and agent.log files.