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  1. Good afternoon everyone! I'm trying to work out the errors in the Windows Dependency Account scan. I'm seeing this across a handful of hosts: Error = Could not find a part of the path '\\\'.. Has anyone else figured out how to go about working through this error? I've verified DNS is good, and tested by IP(changed hostname to IP in PasswordState host settings), which gave a winrm error until i finagled trustedhosts but once I cleared that up it went back to the above error. I get this on a good chunk of the hosts I am trying to scan, including some that share the same OU/GPOs, but not all of them. Nothing in Error Console. I've got a handful of powershell Events that do look to include the discovery scan that I can forward to support if needbe. Open to any ideas, hoping someone else has run up against this and worked their way through it. Thanks!
  2. We're running v8.4, Build 8459. We have discovery jobs set to run at specific times (e.g. "Weekly - 01:00"). When running an on-demand discovery, the job's schedule is changed to one minute in the future and the frequency is reset to daily (see example). My feature request: Ability to run on-demand jobs without affecting the previously established schedule. I mean, the workarounds are to create a new discovery job as a one-off, or go back and update the schedule after. Neither is particularly desirable. It would be great if we could run on-demand discoveries while not affecting the defined schedule--or even as a compromise, could the ad-hoc job at least maintain/honor the defined frequency (daily/weekly/etc)? Thanks. -Geoff
  3. Hi guys, Many thanks for all your quick replies and help so far! Sorry for seemingly spamming the boards with my questions I'd like it very much, if the host discovery jobs offered a feature similar to the account discovery jobs: automatically adding the discovered objects to a specific list. For example, I'm working with something like an "Unprocessed" list for newly discovered accounts, so we can have some form of queue for our administrators. I'd like something similar for the hosts. Along other lines, the hosts menu right now only shows hostnames when they're part of a list. Hosts that are not yet in a list don't show up in the menu-bar. Hence why I also would like the option to auto-add to a list. It's not a world-shaking feature and I'm sure my wants stem from an as-of-yet-sub-optimal workflow... But heck, if you can fit it on the backlog somewhere near the bottom, that'd be great
  4. Hi we have some Redhat Linux servers in our AD and they have no OS defined in the AD so we can't auto find them. As we have many such test servers we can't manually input them. As I have to define OU it should be no problem to import all computers found in this OU regardless of OS.
  5. Hi, I am wondering if there is a best practice for this situation: We want to use discovery and automated password management for local admin accounts and resources (service accounts and so on), but unfortunately not all systems can handle automatic password changes. Is there a way to use discovery and manually selecting the accounts that can be managed by the password reset scripts? Thanks in avance, Jasper
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