Hello, we just upgraded our K1000 to 6.3.  We have installed the latest Kace Agent on a few machines but for some of these machines, the Kace Agent is unable to perform and inventory with the K1000 appliance.  Trying to run the inventory command manually (runkbot.exe -s 4 0) returns a "Skipping Inventory because not allowed to execute disconnected".  See command output below.  I have already tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Kace Agent.  I have double and triple checked possible DNS issues. This is happening for a number of computers but randomly because it only happens on some. Please help!

C:\Program Files (x86)\Dell\KACE>runkbot.exe 4 0
[2015-06-03.13:00:26][runkbot:GetKbot                 ] Kbot [4-0] not found loc
ally, downloading ...
kbot[4:0] @ 2015-06-03T13:00:27 (status) START
kbot[4:1369671783] @ 2015-06-03T13:00:27 (output) Skipping '5.2+ Windows CI/Inve
ntory' because not allowed to execute disconnected
kbot[4:1369671783] @ 2015-06-03T13:00:27 (status) FINISH (In state 'Verification
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:UploadUsingCurl         ] UploadFile:  Server gzip
 compression is active
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:UploadUsingCurl         ] UploadFile:  uploading f
ile C:\Users\TRAVIS~1\AppData\Local\Temp\dklC320.tmp.gz to http://kbox/service/k
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:UploadUsingCurl         ] UploadFile:  Content-Enc
oding: gzip added to HTTP Header.
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:UploadUsingCurl         ] UploadFile: Uploaded to
f5f07dd83c373&kbotId=4 Upload speed: 1004.000000 bytes/second
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:UploadUsingCurl         ] UploadFile:  Server gzip
 compression cleanup.
[2015-06-03.13:00:28][runkbot:CleanupLog              ] Cleaning up log file [C:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Dell\KACE>
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