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Windows Remote Command Execution

fail10 - Failed to delete "\\\admin$\temp\1ffa6d1a-fd49-42ac-a725-a02269a51895out.tmp" after 5 attempts

Seeing this error more often now. Wondering if there is something changing in our platfomr deployments that I need to be aware of?



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Re: Windows Remote Command Execution

Hello James,

Thank you for contacting HPE Forum.

My name is Carlos, I am from the OO/CSA team.


Regarding your question, did any recent change to the environment? Which base CP are you working with?

I see that you are trying to delete some temporal files, does still exist when the flow tries to delete them?

Is the network drive available at that time?

 Do you see any error on the flow?





Carlos Rojas
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Windows Remote Command Execution

HPeOO was upgraded from 10.6 to 10.7 Base content pack is 1.10.0. It is not that I am trying to delete some files, the /Base [1.10.0]/Library/Operations/Operating Systems/Windows/Windows Command (632830d9-d5be-47b3-9768-efa99decb443 ) operation does that as part of its method according to it's description.

1. Internally this operation creates a temporary batch file with the following content:

cmd /c " [command] 2> err.tmp 1> out.tmp "
echo %ERRORLEVEL% > ret.tmp

After the script is executed, the operation will read the files: err.tmp (standard error), out.tmp (standard output) and ret.tmp (return code). Finally the operation deletes all the temporary files.
The command that executes the script can be accesed by adding a new input: debugPath with the value: "true"

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