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After you've slaved over a tough SQL script, wouldn't it be nice just to have it run on its own, without worry and interaction? This article will walk you through the steps on how to create a stored procedure and schedule it through SQL so ...
Article by cnpalmer75 | 03 Dec 2007 | 1 comment
There is a section in the SQL that will allow you to control how many resources are merged at once (TOP 10). You can choose to change this to any number you'd like. Also included is an output (PRINT) statement to see what resources were merged. ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 2 comments
This in essence creates a duplicate of the same resource across multiple NSs. Not very good if you are forwarding data at all. The examples of what can occur can be seen in each of the previous examples. One way to avoid this particular issue is to ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 2 comments
The process follows these steps... Inventory will collect serial number data (Inv_AeX_HW_Serial_Number). A backend process called "Asset to Inventory Sync" will run creating the associated tables for the resource within the Asset ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
As outlined in the article majoris , or major article, a number of causes can lend to having duplicates exist in your environment. Some are easy to remediate others, not so much. Since working with Altiris, we've developed some very good merge ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
Now that you've had a chance to skim over the article, the attached XML file will run a report that will list all the serial numbers in your Asset table and total the count of duplicates it found. It will then allow you to merge these resources ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
We now return you to your show! Now that you've had a chance to skim over the article, the attached XML file will run a report that will list all the serial numbers in your HW Inventory table and total the count of duplicates it found. You can then ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
As outlined in a previous post, one of the ways in which data can be duplicated is through duplicate computer names. If you are not familiar with what I may be talking about read the posting titled " Duplication of Data... AKA Bad juju ". ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
Thanks for coming back! Now that you've had a chance to skim over the article, the attached SQL script will allow you to list our all the instances of where a computer name and domain are duplicated on your NS. This a 2 parter... the first part ...
Download by cnpalmer75 | 23 Apr 2009 | 0 comments
Over the past several (agonizing) weeks (not because I was working with Altiris but because this problem is bigger than life itself, it seemed like, but I digress) I have been working with Altiris support on a number of issues that has arisen within our ...
Article by cnpalmer75 | 15 Jan 2009 | 0 comments