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Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Hello!

OMW v9.0.

I have upgrade Windows 2008 r2 from version 8.6 to 11.0 and now have some problems.

In node gote error everytime: No opcmon value received and reached max waiting intervals
for policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec_2K8+. Kill the external program and do a restart. (OpC30-3404)

Thanks.

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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Hello

 

This is a known defect with the way the agent handles the vbscript being called within the policy's two conditions. From what I understand the agent lab is working on addressing this issue and there is no workaround/solution at this time.

 

Hope this helps.
Regards
Ram

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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Thanks.

It's true.

 The response from suuport HP:

"I am glad to inform you that the issue you are seeing is a defect on the Operations Agent (not on the ADSPI) which had already reported to us by a couple of other customers. Our Agent Lab is working on addressing it. I will contact the developer engineer in charge of this case to check what the investigation status is and I will let you know."

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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Hello,

 

Send me a PM and i will give you the modified script which fix the problem. 

 

Thank You.

-KAKA-

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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

my e-mail:
marat.zalotdinov@icl.kazan.ru

Thaks a lot!
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I have no access to personal emails so check your forum Inbox.
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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

I have the same issue, could I have a copy of the amended script please.

gareth.foy@royallondongroup.co.uk

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i am waiting for results from marat and Maf. once they confirm i will pass it to you as well.

Thank You.
-KAKA-
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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

ok.

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Marat- ok means it woked?? Or yet to be test and confirm?
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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Hello

 

Just a suggestion - make sure that the updated vbscript that is being discussed in this thread has a different name and you call that script in the ADSPI policy. This way you won't run into any problem if HP releases a newer version of the script and it just simply overwrites what you have used.

 

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Ram

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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

RAM- Thanks for Suggestion. I logged Case a Year before and Case was closed with the Solution that Support Not able to reproduce the issue in House.

You See Many Users are having the same issue then why cant Support See ?

Anyway if hp Release a bug Free Script then it does Not matter if it overwrite the Script or Not, but yes it matters if hp dont Rectify the Problem and Release it.

-KAKA-
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Re: Problem policy ADSPI-DNS_LogDNSPagesSec

Small update. I have got a hotfix from HP Support to address this issue. And a correction - the problem is in AD SPI and not the agent.  The problem is that this policy shares a script with another policy, and that script has a bug in calling command line opcmon.

 

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