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Hi, I have an ASA-5505 which I have been managing using ASDM from a PC and a Mac. I just happens that the Mac has not been used in a little while and when I tried to use ASDM on it, it fails.
I've had a trawl through various posts and release notes (after updating various components in the process, incl Java with all the diabling/security updates of late) but am still having the problem and this is where I'm at: - the ASA runs v8.4(2) and ASDM 7.1(1)52 - release notes state that ASDM 7.1 should work on Java 7 on Windows 7 and MacOS 10.7 - ASDM starts fine on my Windows 7 PC running Java 1.7.0_13 - I am also running Java 1.7.0_13 on MacOS 10.7.5 - on MacOS, ASDM starts, asks for credentials, download/refreshes the cached app. I had exactly the same problem on a Mac mini running OS X 10.9. Joystick Mapper Mac Free Download. 3 and 10.9.4 with Java 1.7.0_60. I spent any amount of time flushing caches, deleting my ~/.asdm directory and re-installing the dm-launcher.dmg file.
I eventually got it running by installing Apple's Java for OS X 2014-001 from deleting my ~/.asdm directory, using the Java Control Panel to delete all cached files and installed apps, then reinstalling from a fresh download of the dm-installer.dmg file. Bit of a blunderbus approach, I know, but it worked for me. Apple Mac Download Manager.
I think the Apple Java installation was what tipped the balance, but who knows, as it really ought to have been there already, shouldn't it?! YMMV:-) [followup comment] I just checked the Software Installations history on my Macbook Air on which ASDM has been working just fine. It had Java for OS X 2013-005, which is the predecessor of 2014-001, and I remember having to install it to sort out compatibility problems between Java 6, Java 7 and ASDM 7.1.
The Mac mini, on the other hand, had Java for OS X 2012-005, which I suspect is the root of my problems. You can find out which Java you have by running 'java -version' from a Terminal, and cross-check against the table on https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/technotes/tn2002/tn2110.html.