I have had good success in seeing the detailed results of my "run now" scripts, but I have not found a way to display the results of my scheduled scripts. I must be missing something. Please excuse my ignorance and let me bask in the light of your knowledge.
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In the absence of any concrete information, I'm guessing this is a K1000/K2000 question? There are dedicated fora for these here and here. A moderator may move this thread to the appropriate location.
Answered 11/09/2010 by: VBScab
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My apologies for not submitting enough information. However this is a question regarding "scripting" and if I'm not mistaken this is a forum on the topic of scripting.
On the KBOX 1000, when I run a scheduled script (online or offline) in the scripts module, I would like to know how to see the results of that scheduled script job. Perhaps there is a log, a query that someone has developed, or a report that may accomplish this. I would appreciate any help with this.
Answered 11/09/2010 by: jeff_silvercreek
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Jeff,

This is a scripting forum, but for general scripting queries - the description of this forum is:
"Scripting for deployment, installation or general administration in any language- this is the place to discuss putting together your own solutions."

You have a question specific to the KACE K1000 Management Appliance, which has its own forum where your question should be posted.

The reason being that it is likely that posters/responders for KACE queries will only look in the KACE fora, whereas you have posted in a general scripting forum where your question may be overlooked.

The majority of the message boards on this site are used by MSI packagers and deployment specialists, but not necessarily KACE users/experts - which is why there are specific, seperate, fora just for KACE.

Thanks,

Dunnpy
Answered 11/09/2010 by: dunnpy
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I stand corrected. Please remove the damn thing.
Answered 11/09/2010 by: jeff_silvercreek
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