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Phil WilcockKeymasterMay 24, 2018 at 3:23 pmPost count: 25
Nicely done sir!Phil WilcockKeymasterAugust 26, 2016 at 1:53 pmPost count: 25
NO need for IP6.
it’s a known issue, fixed in the next release which is due any day now.
The workaround is to create a reg key – HKLM:\Software\2Pint Software\BCReporter
and a DWORD value named IncludePolicyStats which should be set to 0
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterFebruary 17, 2016 at 4:27 pmPost count: 25
thanks for the interest – I will put you on the list for the next release, which shouldn’t be too long!
We got a pricing page here – http://2pintsoftware.com/pricing-options/ which says:
All of our software licenses are free to use for Public Education and Non-Profit organisations. System Integrators (SI’s) or companies selling services to Educational and Non-Profit organisations are also free to use our toolsets. See it as our way of giving back to the World (awhh).
Technical support and upgrade protection is not included in the above and you must purchase the support option where applicable. Educational and Non-Profit organisation discounts are available on all support options.
so there you go!!
Phil 2PintPhil WilcockKeymasterFebruary 12, 2016 at 3:17 pmPost count: 25
ah I see,
yes that content is somewhat abstracted! Would you just want the whole of the DP content, or to be able to select packages?
I’m sure it could be done with a bit of jiggery-pokery 🙂
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterJanuary 19, 2016 at 8:47 pmPost count: 25
I put the latest version of the report here if you’d care to give it a kick? Should solve the Divide by Zero errors.
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterSeptember 14, 2015 at 6:52 pmPost count: 25
sorry for the lack of updates. Tried to repro this a few ways with no luck. Looking around at similar cases on technet etc it seems to occur with large datasets mostly.. Can you run the dataset query in SQL studio?
We do have another customer with a slightly different issue however which might be linked – and I have a fix for that.
So, I will test that and then make that available for you to try.
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterSeptember 1, 2015 at 6:44 amPost count: 25
sorry that you’re having this issue – it’s a new one for us, but not uncommon generally it seems!
I will try to reproduce this today and get back to you.
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterJune 24, 2015 at 10:03 amPost count: 25Phil WilcockKeymasterJune 24, 2015 at 9:24 amPost count: 25Phil WilcockKeymasterJune 24, 2015 at 8:24 amPost count: 25
if the uninstall was successful, the messages should have stopped. The uninstall should:
Remove the \System32\BITSBCReporter.exe
Delete the Scheduled task – 2Pint Software BITS Report Job Completed
So if you can check that this has happened and let me know. Also you can run the script interactively on a test system and you should be able to tell from the output if there’s a problem.
If the script isn’t working (because of permissions etc) then you can automate the above tasks in SCCM using your preferred method. The main thing that needs to happen is the removal of the .exe
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterMarch 27, 2015 at 10:02 amPost count: 25
not currently – we only support R2 at the moment.
However we are currently rewriting the whole reporter engine and reports to make it more efficient and I will look at changing the reports to make them work on SP1.
thanks for bringing this to our attention
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterMarch 24, 2015 at 5:49 pmPost count: 25
we have an updated version of the reporting engine, and installer. Please download from:
So, on existing systems, you can copy in the new executable, and re-run the Installer script. This should fix the problem that you are seeing.
PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterMarch 18, 2015 at 10:35 amPost count: 25
I don’t think that the logfile error is the true issue – I seem to get that error but only for policy downloads (which we want to ignore anyway)
The task scheduler failure is more interesting as it looks like ur .exe crashes but we need to know why/what was happening at that time if possible.
if possible, could you send over:
The task schedule history from one of the machines with the error? (so that we can get the time etc at which it failed)
the reporter Logfiles from that same machine
also, would be good to know what was running – was it a Package/App/Task sequence etc
Finally – what version of SCCM are we running on?
please email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks, PhilPhil WilcockKeymasterMarch 18, 2015 at 9:13 amPost count: 25