FMSA 10 Script Schedule/Command Line interface bug
I have discovered the following bug. Running Windows Server 2008, FMSA 10I have a system level script that is a simple call to the command line interface to disconnect all clients. "fmsadmin DISCONNECT CLIENT"I have a scheduled script set to run that system script.The script runs as expected without problems if there are any users logged in, however the script bombs if there are no users logged in. The text of the error follows:2009-03-25 19:24:14.788 -0400 Error 692 Data (Myserver.com) Schedule "Disconnect all users" aborted; system script "Disconnect_All.cmd" returned non-zero status 10001. I think the command line interface should be smart enough to handle this event. Thank youSteven Burg
Thank you for your post.
I can duplicate the same findings on a Macintosh. I have forwarded your entire post to our Development and Software Quality Assurance (Testing) departments for review. I will post again when I receive information.