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Manually run spPMWindows_ComplianceByComputer with trusteescope ?

Created: 04 Jun 2010 | 2 comments
Charly_81's picture

I Want run spPMWindows_ComplianceByComputer manuelly for test, but I have no result.

I try to run this:

exec spPMWindows_ComplianceByComputer                            
                            @OperatingSystem = '%',
                            @DistributionStatus = '%',
                            @FilterCollection = '01024956-1000-4cdb-b452-7db0cff541b6',
                            @StartDate = '060409 00:00:00',
                            @EndDate = '060410 00:00:00',
                            @pCulture = 'en',
                            @ScopeCollectionGuid = '91c68fcb-1822-e793-b59c-2684e99a64cd',                    
                            @TrusteeScope = 'S-1-1-0',
                            @VendorGuid    = '9D5F6BB8-8ADF-49D1-9D84-2932CA46CE1E'

I think my trusteeScope is bad.

How to find good value for TrusteeScope?

Best Regards,

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Andrew Bosch's picture

Use the SecurityTrustee table.

Sr. Principal SQA Engineer

Altiris Junkie's picture

We use this to import the computers into a spreadsheet so we can show the management group some fancy pie charts and graphs based on complaince numbers and the sorts

exec spPMWindows_ComplianceByComputer

@StartDate = '2010-03-21T00:00:00',

@EndDate = '2011-03-21T00:00:00',

@ScopeCollectionGuid = '91c68fcb-1822-e793-b59c-2684e99a64cd',

@TrusteeScope = 'S-1-5-21-39902033-206846789-253040614-1011'

We had the initial problem with the TrustedScope but we were told by our Sym Rep to use the builtin altiris admin group SID which is S-1-5-21-39902033-206846789-253040614-1011

I have verified this TrusteeScope works in NS 7.0 and NS7.1 within my environment