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papester

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After upgrading to OS X Yosemite, version 2.1.4 of Workspace is not accessible. The application starts but it cannot be reached via the browser. Has anybody else had success upgrading OS X?
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papester

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This issue was resolved by installing Apple's version of Java. Do not use version 8 of Java as it will cause issues under Yosemite.
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Chris Baumbach

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I initially had the same problem after upgrading to Yosemite. I just installed the latest JAVA package from java.com and Workspace seems to be working again.
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fishtech

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Are y'all still getting "Your browser or its version is not supported." message when users hit the login page?
Thanks,
ft.
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fishtech

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Considering upgrading from 10.7 to Yosemite.

Did you notice any problems with WorkSpace?

Thanks,

ft.
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