In an earlier thread I mentioned that the new ICM plugin did not work for
me. After a few attempts it installed, but it only showed the advanced
settings. Here's the solution from Novell. ICM finally works for me!

Good luck, Jurgen.

"From Configuration - Role Based Services - RBS Configuration, click on
the number under the "Modules" or "Installed" heading. This takes you
to the "Installed Modules" screen. On this, there should be a iPrint
Plugin. You should have the ability to "Uninstall" this module.
Doing the uninstall from RBS this way insures that the eDirectory
objects are cleaned up.

After this is done, go to Configure - Module Installation - Installed
Novell Plug-in Modules. From here you should see the iPrint Plugin in
the list. Uninstall the plugin. After the uninstall is done, the
message indicates you will have to restart your web server. This means
java and tomcat4, so from the server console type "java -exit". This
unloads java and tomcat. Type this again just to make sure java is
unloaded. Then from the server console type "tomcat4". This loads up
java with the proper startup commands for iManager. From here go to
the logger screen and watch java/tomcat load. Once you see the port
active (usually 9010) iManager is ready to go..

Now go back into Configure - Module Installation - Installed Novell
Plug-in Modules. If the iPrint Management Plugin still exists, then the
uninstall of the plugin was not successful. This is a known bug that I
personally have submitted to the iManager team and hopefully will be
fixed soon. If the plugin still exists, we have to clean iPrint plugin
manually. Once again from the server console type "java -exit".

Now from a mapped drive to the server running iManager from go to the
sys:\tomcat\4\webapps\nps\portal\modules directory and delete the iPrint
subdirectory. Go to the sys:\tomcat\4\webapps\nps\WEB-INF\modules
directory and delete the iPrint subdirectory. Starting from the
sys:\tomcat\4\webapps\nps directory, do a search for files or folders
with iPrint in them. Delete any files that display that have iprint in
them. Search again and make sure there are no files or folders with
the iPrint name it them.

Now copy the new plugin into the sys:\tomcat\4\webapps\nps\packages
directory.

Startup java/tomcat by typing "tomcat4" from the server console. Go to
the logger screen and watch java/tomcat load. Once you see the port
active (usually 9010) iManager is ready to go.

Now, launch iManager. You should see an indication on the initial
iManager screen showing that new modules are available to install.
Click on the install link and you will see the iPrint plugin in the
list. Select the iPrint plugin and install it. Once this is complete
you get a screen indicating install for RBS Configuration. Take this
link, and you will see the Role Based Service collection displaying a
Not-Installed module. Click on the number under the Not-installed.
This takes you to a display showing the iPrint module available. Select
this and install. When this is complete, you will begin to click the
"ok" and "close" buttons until you get to a screen indicating that you
must restart the web server. Once again, go through the java -exit
and tomcat4 routine listed above..

When iManager is run again, you should be ready to go."