steven_donovan1
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Question on the Core Deployment

Question did the  -o LogFile=Inventory.log  option get deprecated? I am trying to have the log file go to a specific location.

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steven_donovan1
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Here is the command line we are using. 

ndtrack.exe -t machine -o Upload=True -o IncludeDirectory="C:\Program Files (x86)"," D:\Program Files (x86)"," C:\Program Files"," D:\Program Files" -o Recursive=TRUE -o CheckCertificateRevocation=FALSE -o CheckServerCertificate=FALSE -o UploadLocation=http://<BeaconServerName>/ManageSoftRL -o MachineZeroTouchDirectory=C:\flexera\agent -o LogFile=c:\flexera\agent\tracker.log

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It is still part of the documentation, so I guess it should still work.

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ChrisG
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If you're not seeing logging produced in the named file, I wonder if the quoting of the IncludeDirectory setting is causing some havoc.

Quoting syntax may depend on what shell/process you are using to invoke the command, but if you are using a cmd shell try:

ndtrack.exe -t machine -o Upload=True -o "IncludeDirectory=C:\Program Files (x86),D:\Program Files (x86),C:\Program Files,D:\Program Files" -o Recursive=TRUE -o CheckCertificateRevocation=FALSE -o CheckServerCertificate=FALSE -o UploadLocation=http://<BeaconServerName>/ManageSoftRL -o MachineZeroTouchDirectory=C:\flexera\agent -o LogFile=c:\flexera\agent\tracker.log
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Thanks Chris I will take a crack at it. We are using CMD as admin. I will keep this thread updated.

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