We recently upgraded from ZEN4.01 to ZEN7 SP1. Everything just works fine,
but I do have some questions. Below this is an partial export of the Server
Status of our Inventory Service_servername object:

Time of Log,Source,Message Type,Message
15-8-06 11:17,Selector,Error,402: File
SYS:\ZENworks\Inv\ScanDir\BacStatus.txt is invalid or corrupt. Deleting the
file.
14-8-06 20:26,Dictionary Consumer,Error,2760: No update policy found.
14-8-06 20:00,Selector,Error,402: File
SYS:\ZENworks\Inv\ScanDir\BacStatus.txt is invalid or corrupt. Deleting the
file.

As you can see, we have two error messages who keep returning.
The first error message is strange because we do run a scheduled backup,
but not at 11:17 in the morning but at 20.00 hours in the evening.
The second message is (according to TID10096489) not really a problem, but
can be solved by setting up a Dictionary Update Policy. However, what's a
Dictionary Update Policy? (The TID mentiones if you're using a standalone
inventory server, like we do, the error message can be ignored.)