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Does uCMDB keep track of WMI/PowerShell logon attempt to remote servers? I am running (uCMDB 10.11)

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Does uCMDB keep track of WMI/PowerShell logon attempt to remote servers? I am running (uCMDB 10.11)

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Re: Does uCMDB keep track of WMI/PowerShell logon attempt to remote servers? I am running (uCMDB 10

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Hello Leon_Cheyenne,

All credentials should count the connection attempts to the targets. If a certain amount of attempts are reached (let say 5 or 10) the connection will fail and next WMI credentials should be taken for usage from the list.
Another point, if you stop, start and then rerun your WMI/PowerShell job, the stored successful credentials of the last discovery runs would be lost.

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Nikola

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Re: Does uCMDB keep track of WMI/PowerShell logon attempt to remote servers? I am running (uCMDB 10

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Hello Leon_Cheyenne,

All credentials should count the connection attempts to the targets. If a certain amount of attempts are reached (let say 5 or 10) the connection will fail and next WMI credentials should be taken for usage from the list.
Another point, if you stop, start and then rerun your WMI/PowerShell job, the stored successful credentials of the last discovery runs would be lost.

Best Regards,
Nikola

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Thank you Nikola!

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