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This situation occurs using Ivanti Endpoint Manager 2017.3 Service Update 3, 2018.1 and 2018.2, when no return code templates, either owned by that user or as ‘Public User templates’, are available for the user which is used for authentication against the Endpoint Manager API used by Setup Commander. This has been fixed in Ivanti Endpoint...
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Please check File System permissions for the selected share, choose one the suggestions below, and try again: – add ‘LOCAL’ to the ACL of the share you’ve selected this file from and use ‘Read’ for the Permission Level – add ‘NETWORK SERVICE’ to the ACL of the share you’ve selected this file from and use...
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When you’ve upgraded your Ivanti Endpoint Manager server overtime, certain configurations don’t have the “C:\ProgramData\LANDesk\ServiceDesk\My.IdentityServer\IdentityServer3.Core.Models.Client.json” file which is needed to configure the REST API which Setup Commander uses. If this file is missing, please run the 2017.3 (or up) workspace upgrade separately using ‘Configuration Center’; My.Framework upgrade. You can switch the setting to ‘Explicit only’,...
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Open C:\ProgramData\LANDesk\ServiceDesk\My.IdentityServer\IdentityServer3.Core.Models.Client.json in notepad add a section: { "Enabled": true, "ClientId": "SetupCommander", "ClientSecrets": [ { "Description": "SetupCommander OpenId", "Value": "BrianMayBrightonRock!", "Expiration": null, "Type": "SharedSecret" } ], "Flow": 4, "AllowAccessToAllScopes": true, "AllowedScopes": [] },
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Sometimes you want to determine which version & build numbers of Microsoft Configuration Manager you are using. In this article, you can find the methods needed for checking the Console version, Site version, CU level and Client level. In this article, you find an overview of all branch and version numbers there have been over...
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Sometimes our customers have trouble with downloading the Setup Store or uploading to the ZCM server. When connecting to the Setup Store, Setup Commander downloads this file: http://www.setupcommander.com/asc-setups.xml Make sure your Company Firewall, Protection Suite or Virusscanner allows this download. When you create a bundle, Setup Commander uploads this bundle to your ZCM server through...
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1: Internal Error 2: usage error 3: configuration error 4: license expired 5: lock acquisition 10: connection error 11: untrusted certificate 12: invalid user 13: invalid credentials 14: object not found 15: object already exists 16: name too long 17: invalid containment 18: object not deletable 19: folder not empty 20: insufficient rights 21: object...
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When uploading files to ZCM’s Content Repository, Bundle Commander automatically upload files to: ..\Program Files (x86)\Novell\ZENworks\work\collection\datamodel (Windows) /var/opt/novell/zenworks/collection/datamodel (Linux) First. By using a web service call, the ZCM services will import the uploaded file(s) into the content repository. ../log/zenworks/services-messages.log contains more information about this process. When you delete a Bundle, its content will be deleted...
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Chapter 13 of the “ZENworks Control Center Reference” has a section which contains information on the special system variables supported in Novell ZENworks Configuration Management. Variables like: ${TempDir} which is the Windows temporary directory: On a Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP device, it is typically C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Local Settings\Temp. On a Windows Server 2008,...
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