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elphantasmo Absent Member.
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ZCM errors with simple bundle that works properly.

I've made and deployed an Install File(s) bundle that:

1 Install File(s) (%TEMP%\myfile.exe, hidden, copy always)
2 Launch Executable (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)
3 File Removal (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)

Requirement
File exists: ...\unique.file = yes

Assigned to devices
Schedule: Reoccurring Mo @ 8am, Process immediately if device unable to execute on schedule.



It does exactly what it's supposed with no windows errors, but it returns the following error in Zenworks:

There is no user session available or user session cannot be determined.

Full Message:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable{}
Additional Information:None
Severity:Error Date:May 25, 2011 12:11:16 PM Acknowledged Date:None Source:/Devices/Workstations/NOC Lab/noc-lab-24 Message ID:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable Probable Cause URL:None Log ID:3e48275837ace894280c31fd95210c34 Related Objects:/Bundles/Programs and Applications/Lan School 7.5 Lite/NOC/Set Channel NOC LAB

It reports multiple errors per computer, even though it only runs once and successfully the first attempt.

Is this because the devices missed the scheduled time? Should I simply ignore it?

Thanks
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Re: ZCM errors with simple bundle that works properly.

elphantasmo;2109276 wrote:
I've made and deployed an Install File(s) bundle that:

1 Install File(s) (%TEMP%\myfile.exe, hidden, copy always)
2 Launch Executable (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)
3 File Removal (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)

Requirement
File exists: ...\unique.file = yes

Assigned to devices
Schedule: Reoccurring Mo @ 8am, Process immediately if device unable to execute on schedule.



It does exactly what it's supposed with no windows errors, but it returns the following error in Zenworks:

There is no user session available or user session cannot be determined.

Full Message:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable{}
Additional Information:None
Severity:Error Date:May 25, 2011 12:11:16 PM Acknowledged Date:None Source:/Devices/Workstations/NOC Lab/noc-lab-24 Message ID:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable Probable Cause URL:None Log ID:3e48275837ace894280c31fd95210c34 Related Objects:/Bundles/Programs and Applications/Lan School 7.5 Lite/NOC/Set Channel NOC LAB

It reports multiple errors per computer, even though it only runs once and successfully the first attempt.

Is this because the devices missed the scheduled time? Should I simply ignore it?

Thanks


Which ZCM version are you running?

Thomas
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: ZCM errors with simple bundle that works properly.

Yes, You can Ignore this error.

Most likely, The Launch User Executable is set to run as
"Logged on User".

If nobody is logged on, this will fail.

(I believe there are 5 retry attempts to avoid timing issues.
Each try will generate an error/warning. So if the 3rd Retry works, two
errors will be generated.)

In your case, the bundle is also set to retry at a later time which
should have you covered.

If this bundle was set for an event such as "Login", its quite possible
that an error could be tossed due to timing.






On 5/25/2011 2:06 PM, elphantasmo wrote:
>
> I've made and deployed an Install File(s) bundle that:
>
> 1 Install File(s) (%TEMP%\myfile.exe, hidden, copy always)
> 2 Launch Executable (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)
> 3 File Removal (%TEMP%\myfile.exe)
>
> Requirement
> File exists: ...\unique.file = yes
>
> Assigned to devices
> Schedule: Reoccurring Mo @ 8am, Process immediately if device unable to
> execute on schedule.
>
>
>
> It does exactly what it's supposed with no windows errors, but it
> returns the following error in Zenworks:
>
> There is no user session available or user session cannot be
> determined.
>
> Full Message:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable{}
> Additional Information:None
> Severity:Error Date:May 25, 2011 12:11:16 PM Acknowledged Date:None
> Source:/Devices/Workstations/NOC Lab/noc-lab-24 Message
> ID:GenericActions.UserSessionUnavailable Probable Cause URL:None Log
> ID:3e48275837ace894280c31fd95210c34 Related Objects:/Bundles/Programs
> and Applications/Lan School 7.5 Lite/NOC/Set Channel NOC LAB
>
> It reports multiple errors per computer, even though it only runs once
> and successfully the first attempt.
>
> Is this because the devices missed the scheduled time? Should I simply
> ignore it?
>
> Thanks
>
>



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