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  1. DSfW 2008 R2 / 2012 Scheme Update - Beta Test Invitation

    Quote Originally Posted by PMadhan View Post
    Hello All,

    We are gearing up for the Beta of the DSfW Update to support 2008 R2 and 2012.

    If you are interested in the beta testing this, please do drop a note to pmadhan@microfocus.com and Chitradevi.Kumaraswamy@microfocus.com with a subject line Interested in Domain Services for Windows Beta Program.

  2. SMParse - Performance and Health Check Utility

    One of the Key Items to examine on a Primary Server to determine if there is a Load Issue on one of the three Back-end Components (Primary, Database, or LDAP Server) is how long it takes to process Assignment Requests for Users and Devices. Tracking and analyzing spikes in the time required to process requests can help determine if one of the three primary components is experiencing load issues during different times of the day. Since each environment is different, it is best to analyze peak times ...

    Updated 27-Sep-2016 at 11:10 AM by CRAIGDWILSON

  3. ZCM Bundle Status Parser (APPLState Parser)

    The %ZENWORKS_HOME%\Cache\ZMC folder contains a file named {GUID}.APPLSTATE file for each bundle that tracks the details about a bundle's status including details of when the bundle was installed, distributed, launched and by whom. However, reading through all of the files to try and figure out what ran when and by whom can be a painstakingly long process.

    APPLSTATEParser.exe will read all the APPLSTATE files in a target directory and collate all of the results into a CSV file to ...

    Updated 20-Sep-2016 at 08:56 PM by CRAIGDWILSON

  4. ZENworks Agent Verify 2.0

    Overview: The ZCM Agent Verifier is a utility designed to help determine if all of the files that comprise the ZCM agent are properly installed and updated on a given device. The Agent Verifier consists of two main components. The first is AgentBaseline.exe, which can be used to build a template from which other devices can be compared. The second is AgentCheck.exe, which will locate any files which are missing, have the incorrect version number, or an incorrect MD5 checksum based upon the values ...

    Updated 11-Sep-2015 at 12:16 AM by CRAIGDWILSON

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  5. Self healing / alerting for DHCP services on OES

    "If your like me" you hate when you get a call at 2am that the "whole network is down" because DHCP is broken.

    Linux to the rescue... You can easily test if your OES DHCP server is responding and take some action. You can use any old Linux box you have lying around for monitoring... this can be the OES server hosting DHCP services, which also makes restarting dhcp services a lot easier.

    1. Install dhcptools package. This is available for ...
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