Problem with server2022

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  • Peter Smith
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  • Andrew Shassere

    Do you have any crashlogs in C:\Windows\AdminArsenal\PDQInventory-Scanner on this target after a scan? If so, does it contain an error similar to "Could not load type 'System.ValueTuple`2'"?

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  • Peter Smith

    Crash log here:

    file is not a database select Value from Settings where Name = @0
    file is not a database select Value from Settings where Name = @0
    AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteException
    Database: C:\WINDOWS\AdminArsenal\PDQInventory-Scanner\service-1\exec\scanner.db
    Error Code: 26
    Windows Error: 2
    SQL: select Value from Settings where Name = @0
       at AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteEngine.TestReturnCode(Int32 code, String sql, SqliteEngine db)
       at AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteEngine.Statement..ctor(SqliteEngine db, SqliteTransaction transaction, String sql)
       at AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteEngine.Statement..ctor(SqliteEngine db, SqliteTransaction transaction, IReadOnlyDictionary`2 columnConverters, String sql, IEnumerable`1 params)
       at AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteEngine.QueryScalar(SqliteTransaction transaction, String sql, IEnumerable`1 parameters)
       at AdminArsenal.Data.SQLite.SqliteConnection.QueryBoolean(String sql, Object[] parameters)
       at AdminArsenal.PDQInventory.Program.Main(String[] args)

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  • Peter Smith

    Update - support answered. It turned out to be a permission problem. Weird I am domain administrator .

    The resolution is to set scan profile - SCAN AS - LOCAL SYSTEM

     

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