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Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, RM CC3 Log Files in Technical; Hi, Does anyone know if there is a way to see when packages have been allocated and by who to ...
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    RM CC3 Log Files

    Hi,

    Does anyone know if there is a way to see when packages have been allocated and by who to stations using the "RM Management Console" I was hoping to see this information in the "MS Event Log" but no such luck.

    Thanks.

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    Q:\PackageControl\Package.log will tell you who/where recent package assignment changes have been made.
    The individual station files in the same folder will tell you the status of the packages, if they have successfully installed or failed for some reason.

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    Thats great thank you its EXACTLY what I wanted.

    Curiously I also opened a call with RM on the same issue. They were unable to sell me how to access this information even after checking within the support team !

    No sure if I should post there response so will not but anyway cheers again !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boredguy View Post
    Q:\PackageControl\Package.log will tell you who/where recent package assignment changes have been made.
    The individual station files in the same folder will tell you the status of the packages, if they have successfully installed or failed for some reason.
    As will Package Analyser ...

    http://www.sn2000.co.uk/downloads/PackageAnalyser.zip

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    Thats twice today I've seen that link Steve

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    Its certainly gonna make my life a bit easier !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boredguy View Post
    Thats twice today I've seen that link Steve
    Really!! It should have been 3.

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    Inside the package.log it states which use allocated the package which is really helpful but I am a little worried to see that I have 1 package installed that has not been done by the normal user.. Why would the RMC3IENGA be allocating packages ?!

    SERVER_NAME/HAE RMC3IENGA - modifying package assignments for ***/Main Site :-
    Assigning: Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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    You haven't used LST to schedule a package deployment have you?

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    Yes It turns out that the package was allocated using the LST, what difference does this make ?

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    Well scheduled tasks via LST will report that the RMC3IENGA is assigning the application, and not your current account.

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    Great I was hoping you were going to say that ! thanks again

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