marcog
Level 8

ndi in bad logs for invalid tenant

Hi, I have a really big number of ndi files, zipped in gz format, in the BadLogs folder of the Application server.

They are in a folder called "invalidtenant" do any of you knows the meaning of this error?

Thank you community

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JohnSorensenDK
Moderator Moderator
Moderator

@marcog 

Please refer to this community thread: Invalid Tenant Error after trying Inventory File where similar symptoms are being discussed, and as indicated there can be a number of reasons why this error is seen.

You may also want to use the auto-generated support case based on this thread to get assistance from support in troubleshooting your specific issue.

Thanks,

Tooling42
Level 7

Hi,

have you checked the TenantUID in the registry of the beacon server?

Kind regards

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No and actually I don't know where to check it and what it is.
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ManageSoft Corp\ManageSoft\Common
in the registry of the beacon server

Hi,

I got into this as I'm seeing some ndi files as well on my invalid tenants. Then I checked this registry key you referred to but my TenantUID is blank. Does it have to be anything?
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@jjoaquin 

The TenantUID value is irrelevant if you're not running in a multi-tenanted FNMS environment.

Thanks,