Machine with PDQ installed can't scan itself

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  • Brandon Rewis

    Hi Brad,

    If you are running Windows 7 or later(Server 2008 or later) upgrade .Net to the 4.5 version. Once .Net has been upgraded, the issue you are seeing should be resolved. Let me know if you continue having issues after the upgrade to .Net 4.5.

    -Brandon

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  • Brad Borden

    It's actually still running on an XP machine at the moment.  

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  • Brandon Rewis

    Brad,

    This is actually an issue we are currently working on for XP and Server 2003 machines. Usually, a complete uninstall and reinstall of .Net 4 resolves the issue for XP and Server 2003 machines; however, we do have a few cases where the .Net issue persist even after the reinstall.

    For now, Inventory version 3.0.6 is recommended until we have a fix for the .Net 4 issues in XP and Server 2003.

    -Brandon

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  • Stephen Nedell

    FYI...I am having the same issue and have uninstalled and reinstalled Net 4 at least twice.

    And *yes* I do have Server 2003....I'll upgrade as soon as I can scrape together the funds for a shoestring for our budget ;-)

    Seriously though, I do understand that this is an ongoing issue. Thank you very much for looking into this.

    I have the latest PDQ Inventory version and at least so far it works great except for 

    1) inability to scan itself

    2) oddly it refuses to start when I am logged in as the administrator, but if I use runas to use the alternate admin credentials it starts right up.

     

    Thanks!

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  • SelfMan

    At the moment, on windows 2003 editions, the best way is to stick with the 3.0.6 version of PDQ Inventory like Brandon wrote.

    The behavior of the new version on these old systems is unpredictable.

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  • Stephen Nedell

    Yeah, I probably should revert back to 3.0.6....but that smacks of effort and I'm just too lazy to do it right now ;-)

    No worries about the local scan issue. I like the improved speed of the new version and the inability to scan the machine itself and the need to runas are minor inconveniences. If problems get worse I will revert.

     

    Thanks!

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