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#1 Beano

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 08:02 AM

Hi,

Sometimes when a client computer shutting down a error message appear regarding the TNI agent. I Think the agent was busy collecting things.

I prefer that users don't know and see that message. Is that possible. So shutting down no message appear ?

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 08:15 AM

Hello Beano,
We've tried to shutdown a machine with TNI agent running, and we've seen no messages. Can you catch its contents? And what is the setup for agent - is it run manually, from the script, or scan is made remotely from the administrator module?
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Posted 14 March 2008 - 08:22 AM

Hello Beano,
We've tried to shutdown a machine with TNI agent running, and we've seen no messages. Can you catch its contents? And what is the setup for agent - is it run manually, from the script, or scan is made remotely from the administrator module?



Thanks for the quick reply,

Running from a logonscript

start \\server\tni\audit\tniaudit.exe /scripted

The setup

[TNIAUDIT]
scandelay=600000
savepath=\\server\tni\userdata
defaultipoption=0
compressscandata=0
usedipaddress=
[Inventory]
General information=1
Processor details=1
Motherboard details=1
System memory=1
###### system=1
Storage details=1
Multimedia details=1
Network adapters=1
Peripheral devices=1
Modems=1
Devices=1
OS information=1
Hotfixes=1
Installed software=1
Program files=1
Autorun applications=1
Antivirus software=1
Database engines=1
Environment=1
Shared resources=1
Processes=1
Services=1
User accounts=1

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Posted 17 March 2008 - 01:16 AM

Really, this happens if the agent is waiting for a delay before scanning, and at this time you shutdown or reboot a machine.
We'll work on this behaviour, but currently you can set "scandelay" parameter to zero, or to a positive value less than 600000 (this is in ms, that is seconds*1000).
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