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  1. You have put DSN into driver name parameter: --db-driver myodbc_mysql_dsn . Change it to: --db-driver myodbc_mysql
  2. As the report and its report template were not existing on the server, log filter did not send those logs to server to save traffic. Just wait some time after you saved the report until agents are informed about changes in log filter. Report preview shows just random data.
  3. The appliance configuration is done only once after first reboot. It can't be reconfigured afterwards. These are supported locales: ar-EG, cs-CZ, de-DE, en-US, es-CL, es-ES, fr-CA, fr-FR, hr-HR, it-IT, ja-JP, ko-KR, pl-PL, pt-BR, ru-RU, sk-SK, zh-CN, zh-TW
  4. The problem is that you are grouping data (Group by) and those time and dates need to be merged. Either change TIME INTERVAL UNIT (click those arrows next to the symbol) or change the report - remove group by operation from columns.
  5. The agent does the OS check independently from EES. By default they both check for OS updates. By setting policy for agent, you will only disable checking on the agent but EES will still do the checks.
  6. When you temporarily disable HTTP proxy (e.g. port 3128 is not accessible or you completely stop the service) does it help? I suspect that something is connecting through HTTP proxy on the appliance and that is causing this bursts. HTTPS communication is not cached so it goes always through proxy.
  7. You will need to create a new report from 'Logged users' symbols category and add 'Computer name' symbol from 'Computer' symbols category.
  8. OS up to date check is resource consuming as it needs to contact Windows Update servers and ask for new updates. That is why it is not done on every agent connection to server, but on Windows it is done each 18 hours or 10 minutes after agent startup. There are two possibilities to change this behaviour: 1. Suppress this check by policy on computers where do you have EES installed. Endpoint will take over OS update checks. 2. Run OS update task from ERA. This task will update OS and run re-check afterwards.
  9. I see, did you unmount VMWare Tools ISO after installation and then finished installation in the virtual machine menu: VM -> Guest -> End VMware Tools installation? I had to do that and restart.
  10. In ERA6, Agents are identified by unique identifier (UUID) generated during installation (manual, server assisted, live installer) or during push install (generated on Server prior to installation). MAC address is not longer used. In your case it is possible that there is bug - Are you sure that those duplicated records, you can see in the console, are indentical? When you rename one of those computers, are both computers renamed?
  11. The only difference should be a check for error codes after installation completes or fails. Are you able to access agent's trace log on machine that is failing? And if possible also c:\windows\temp\era-updater-msiexec.log. There was issue earlier that did not handle required reboot and we would like to check if this is the case.
  12. Is the appliance configured as HTTP proxy and are you using it by client machines?
  13. Please see ERA Agent trace log and c:\windows\temp\era-updater-msiexec.log and c:\windows\temp\ra-upgrade-infrastructure.log to see what is failing.
  14. Please check virtual machine properties -> Options tab -> vApp Options is set to Enable, then OVF Settings, section OVF Environment Transport, ISO Image is also checked. Save settings and restart machine.
  15. Web control report is not created by default. You will need to create it manually - new report template and add columns from 'Web control' category.
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