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Archived Issues

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Current Issues Being Worked

IssueDate PostedSymptomStatus

Users may be experiencing issues with logging into TIM.

6/13/2017We have received reports that some users are experiencing issues with logging into TIM. We have received reports that some users are experiencing issues with logging into TIM. If you experience this, please try clearing your browser cache, cookies, and history. For instructions on clearing your cache for each browser, click here. Once you have cleared cache, close browser and reopen before attempting to connect to TIM. If you still continue to have issues after clearing cache, please submit a help request at 962-HELP (4357). Tickets will be forwarded to TIM-TIER 3 technical support.

Users receive an error message when they log in using a ConnectCarolina approval email.

5/4/2017Users receive an error message when they log in using a ConnectCarolina approval email. Reminder: Be sure to log in to ConnectCarolina only using the ConnectCarolina home page. If you receive emails about work list notifications, you can use these links to go into the system after you have logged in.

ConnectCarolina users are experiencing errors referencing "loadXMLDoc:-Error:NetworkError" when using the system.

5/2/2017ConnectCarolina users are receiving errors referencing "loadXMLDoc:-Error:NetworkError"This critical issue is being worked by multiple groups to identify and resolve the root cause. Some users have bypassed the error by switching to a diffferent browser. Please submit a help request with additional detail on browser and behavior to expedite the situation.

ConnectCarolina Users getting logged out after clicking the Home link.

4/12/2017Some ConnectCarolina users are experiencing an issue with the system logging them out after clicking the Home link.  If you experience this, try opening ConnectCarolina in another browser. If the problem continues, put in a help request. When submitting a request, any additional detail you can provide would help expedite the resolution.
Mozilla Firefox users having difficulty viewing signatures in PDF attachments/documents1/24/2017Users who access ConnectCarolina via Mozilla Firefox are having difficulty viewing signatures in PDF attachments/documents. We recommend that you either switch to Google Chrome or Internet Explorer, or that you change your Firefox options to open PDF documents in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.

To change your settings in Firefox, go to Options in the right-hand corner, choose Applications, and change the Portable Document Format (PDF) settings to Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader. You’ll need to restart your browser after making this change.

One thing to be aware of is that if you change this setting, all PDF documents will be opened with the Adobe program you chose (even PDF documents not in ConnectCarolina). If you don’t want that to happen, instead of changing your browser settings, you can open PDF files that contain signatures one by one. To do this, click the "Open With" link when it appears on the document, and choose the option to open with Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
Some employees are seeing an "unsupported browser" error message when using TIM in Internet Explorer11/22/16Due to the recent TIM upgrade, some employees are seeing an "unsupported browser" error message when using TIM in Internet ExplorerChoose a Different Browser
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge are not experiencing these issues.

OR

Change Compatibility View Setting in Internet Explorer:
1. Go to Internet Explorer settings (the gear icon).
2. Click on Compatibility View option.
3. In the Websites You've Added To Compatibility View box, click on unc.edu, and then click the Remove button.
4. Uncheck the Display Intranet Sites in Compatibility View option.
5. Close the window.
The issue should then resolve itself as the TIM screen reloads.
NOTE: Some applications rely on Compatibility Settings being turned on so you will have to make a judgment call on whether moving to Chrome, Mozilla or Windows 10 Edge browser might be easier.