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Hello avid packagers.   I would just like to inform you that Raynet is aiming to add SWV support to its RayPack product by the end of September.   I will update you again when it is available.   Scott. Although RayPack 1.2 was ...
Blog Entry by SK | 17 Aug 2014 | 1 comment
Hotfix 5 for Deployment Solution 7.5, Inventory Solution 7.5 and Symantec Management Platform 7.5 are now available via SIM. Not quite ITMS I know, but its a start.  ;-) Are there details posted Are there details posted regarding this ...
Blog Entry by SK | 31 Mar 2014 | 50 comments
Hello all, Today I ran into the above mentioned problem whilst trying to perform a clean install of ITMS 7.5, so I thought I would share what worked and what didn't. Windows 2008 SP1 R2 with SQL 2012 SP1. SQL was initially configured for ...
Blog Entry by SK | 20 Mar 2014 | 0 comments
The following query will list the contents of all item folders found within the console: SELECT vi1.Name As Folder,vi2.Name AS Item FROM vItem vi1 JOIN vItemFolder vif ON vif.ParentFolderGuid = vi1.[Guid] JOIN vItem vi2 ON vi2.[Guid] = ...
Blog Entry by SK | 06 Mar 2014 | 2 comments
The first query targets all computer resources and allows you to specify the byte size range as well as the percentage of available disk space. The second query only targets site servers.  It provide similar options as the first, but also allow you ...
Article by SK | 14 Feb 2014 | 1 comment
When you go to "Manage > Organizational Views and Groups" and select either a Org View or an Org Group, if one or more Org Groups contain resources, the Organizational Group column will display the sub-group hierarchy as a single string ...
Article by SK | 10 Feb 2014 | 0 comments
The following query maps item names to the three different guids found within the ResourceAssociation table, allowing you to understand its contents better: SELECT vi1.[Guid] AS ResourceAssociatiopnTypeGuid,vi1.Name AS ResourceAssociatiopnType, ...
Blog Entry by SK | 08 Feb 2014 | 1 comment