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Is it possible to create a bundle that will run sfc /scannow for windows machines and copy the log to a network drive? Also can it be run with no user logged in?
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Re: sfc

On Thu, 29 Mar 2018 18:44:02 GMT, dxw
<dxw@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

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>Is it possible to create a bundle that will run sfc /scannow for windows
>machines and copy the log to a network drive? Also can it be run with no
>user logged in?


I've never tried it, but I don't know why it wouldn't work. If you
can do it from a command line, you should be able to do it from a
bundle. Have you tried to do it?

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Re: sfc

The question seems confusing to some degree....


How do I create a bundle run an executable such as Notepad.exe, Excel.exe, SFC.exe?
How do I pass parameters to an executable?
How do I schedule a program?
How do I configure a bundle to copy files to the network?

The simple answer is of course ZCM can do all of that quite easily.
Figuring out where you are stuck would be the best starting point..........
And then work through each sticking point...

One Tip.....
Here is how you exact SBC specific details to a seperate log file...
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/928228/how-to-analyze-the-log-file-entries-that-the-microsoft-windows-resourc
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