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Network Discovery Task

I have just loaded a fresh windows 2003 box with zenworks asset management
7 - I have run a network discovery task but each time it reaches 99% it
will stay there - any suggestions? I have selected the subnet and subnet
mask:
XXX.XXX.1.0 - XXX.XXX.5.255 with a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 this seems
to send the discovery task into a spin. Help running out of options.
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Re: Network Discovery Task

On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 05:32:13 GMT, mleadbetter@asas.qld.edu.au wrote:

> - I have run a network discovery task but each time it reaches 99% it
> will stay there - any suggestions? I have selected the subnet and subnet
> mask:


where do you get that information from?
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Re: Network Discovery Task

> On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 05:32:13 GMT, mleadbetter@asas.qld.edu.au wrote:
>
> > - I have run a network discovery task but each time it reaches 99% it
> > will stay there - any suggestions? I have selected the subnet and

subnet
> > mask:

>
> where do you get that information from?
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>
> Marcus Breiden
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When you are in the Zenworks Asset Management Manager and you create a
network discovery and set it to discover immediately - I go down to the
task server TAB do a refresh and it comes up as a task then I go to the
tasks tab and check its progress this is where it will show its state ie
10%, 11% etc through to 99% where it stays and dosnt change from that.
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Re: Network Discovery Task

On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 22:16:06 GMT, mleadbetter@asas.qld.edu.au wrote:

> When you are in the Zenworks Asset Management Manager and you create a
> network discovery and set it to discover immediately - I go down to the
> task server TAB do a refresh and it comes up as a task then I go to the
> tasks tab and check its progress this is where it will show its state ie
> 10%, 11% etc through to 99% where it stays and dosnt change from that.


let me see... hmm... have first to figure out why no task show up at all..
task is runnig though.. ;-(
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Re: Network Discovery Task

> On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 22:16:06 GMT, mleadbetter@asas.qld.edu.au wrote:
>
> > When you are in the Zenworks Asset Management Manager and you create

a
> > network discovery and set it to discover immediately - I go down to

the
> > task server TAB do a refresh and it comes up as a task then I go to

the
> > tasks tab and check its progress this is where it will show its state

ie
> > 10%, 11% etc through to 99% where it stays and dosnt change from that.

>
> let me see... hmm... have first to figure out why no task show up at

all..
> task is runnig though.. ;-(
> --
>
> Marcus Breiden
>
> Please change -- to - to mail me.
> The content of this mail is my private and personal opinion.
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Stranger things have happened - our network was shutdown for a night due
to power outage and once the network was up again everything seems ok.
Will let you know Monday when I review the outcomes. Still unsure of why?
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