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Workstation Inventory could not upload !!

I install ZCM on Win2003 R2 SP2 (on VMWare )and configure two WinXP
Workstation (one is VMWare , another is NoteBook)in this morning.
I check and change some CDF & inventory to test if the log update , it
work fine!
But I add some Bundles for testing, and Re-Check CDF & inventory, I find
my two workstation' inventory could not upload.
by TID 3148069 , I test file-update & inventorywebservice are work fine.
I uninstall one workstation , and re-install it , it's inventory could not
update anymore.

Anyone have the same condition ??


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Re: Workstation Inventory could not upload !!


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