Posted: 5 Sep 2016 5:02 EDT Last activity: 9 Feb 2017 3:03 EST
Virtual box machine not working
Unable to access prpc after downloading Pega Marketing Enablement 7.13 ML9 vbox file and installing it in oracle Virtual box.The url i am getting is http://prpc.local:8080 which is not accessible. Can you please help.
Thanks for the quick reply. Indeed i installed bonjour and followed the specification as mentioned in PDF. Unfortunately it's till not working. I am only seeing url as http://prpc.local:8080 and it's not working.Attaching the configuration snaps.Please help.
As per your settings on DHCP Server screenshot, Lower Address Bound starts at 192.168.56.101. In the Adapter tab, server address is set as 192.168.56.1, can you please try to change IPv4 address to 192.168.56.105 for instance?
Also, in the network config try to change Promiscuous Mode to 'Deny'
Hi - I changed the adapter and network setup as per your suggestion ( PFA). However it's still the same unfortunately.The url is coming as http://prpc.local:8080 which is not working and when i log into using architect/password i am seeing a device eth0 does not exist.
All Pega Marketing and Decisioning courses use VirtualBOX. You should be good to go once you have fixed the virtualization.
By the way, for the benefit of the rest of the community, can you please share the exact steps you followed earlier, which prevented showing the virtualization error? This is also mentioned in the Exercise System setup PDF.
There is no need to make any changes to the Exercise System configuration.
All issues students encounter are related to the installation of VirtualBox and Bonjour. Typically students first try to install VirtualBox without reading the Exercise Setup Guide and run into issues. The detailed steps required to setup the exercise system are described in the Exercise Setup Guide.
Thanks for your inputs. Apologies for that but actually I just sent those steps because same issue happened with a few students (including me) and a workaround was needed since in our corporative environment access to BIOS settings is restricted and not allowed due to local IT policies, so we were not able to follow the setup guide. In order to speed up the process and get the exercise environment up and running I found the mentioned workaround task and it works.