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Deploying Agent using launcher OcsLogon.exe through Login Script

Hi,

For more one week I have tried to deploy Agent ocs with a login script. I work with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows XP Professionnal to perform some tests. I would like to deploy Agent ocs from the login script. So, the folder OCS_script installed in the Windows Server 2008 R2 is shared with Windows XP Professionnal. In this folder there are ocs.bat and Ocslogon.exe renamed as ipserver.exe The ocs.bat has this script:

\\my_server\OCS_script\ipserver.exe  /PACKAGER /DEPLOY=2.1.1.1 /SERVER=http://ipserver:80/ocsinventory

Now, the ocspackager has been run to generate an ocspackage. By login on iperserver/ocsreports I have added ocspackage in the page where it is possible to manage the OCS-NG clients.  There is an inventory from Windows Server 2008 R2 but not for Windows XP Professionnal. I would like to understand why

This is the ocsinventory.ini:

OCS Inventory Agent]

ComProvider=ComHTTP.dll
Debug=2
Local=
NoSoftware=0
HKCU=0
NoTAG=0
IpDisc=
[HTTP]
Server=http://ipserver:80/ocsinventory
SSL=1
CaBundle=cacert.pem
AuthRequired=0
User=
Pwd=
ProxyType=0
Proxy=
ProxyPort=0
ProxyAuthRequired=0
ProxyUser=
ProxyPwd=
[OCS Inventory Service]
PROLOG_FREQ=24
OLD_PROLOG_FREQ=24
TTO_WAIT=120
 
 

If it could be useful this is the ocslogon.log:

********************************************************
Starting OCS Inventory NG Logon Installer 2.1.0.3 on 10/07/2014 at 14:20:05
Checking if not already running...OK
Parsing command line arguments...OK
Searching OCS Inventory NG Agent installed version...OK (2.1.1.1)
OCS Inventory NG Agent version 2.1.1.1 already installed, skipping setup.
Windows automatically starts OCS Inventory NG Service, no need to launch Agent.
All done, exiting ;-)
 
In addition in the ocsinventory.ini file there no error messages but we can read the word "warning" here:
WARNING *** INVENTORY => Failed to retrieve user domain
WARNING *** INVENTORY => Failed to retrieve sound devices
WARNING *** INVENTORY => Failed to retrieve modems
 
Although I have restarted the WINdows XP Professionnal , there is no inventory from it.
 
If other information are necessary feel free to inform me about. Also when I have a look on Windows Task Manager I notice that after running Ocslogon.exe renamed as 192.168.1.253.exe this one is not displayed in the list. 
 
Best regards

 

asked Jul 10, 2014 in OCS Inventory NG agent for Windows by rony (280 points)
edited Jul 10, 2014 by rony

1 Answer

0 votes
Server=http://ipserver:80/ocsinventory
:80 is not usefull. http must be on port 80. It's like http://www.ocsinventory-ng.org:80/ : that have no sense ;)
 
Ocslogon.exe renamed as 192.168.1.253.exe
it's not needed to rename it.
 
Do you have install as administrator ? If you install it from a GPO : do you launch as computer logon ?
answered Jul 11, 2014 by kapouik (15,220 points)
Hello,

Thank you Kapouik for answering me and for highlighting some points.

Actually, I log on the Windows Server 2008 R2 with my account user like this : domain\my_name and I write my password. So, to be clear I don't log on this server like this: domain\administrator. But by clicking on the right button of the mouse I have run all the OCS-NG tools as an administrator. In addition I have the same rights and a full control like the administrator. When I check the security about the properties of all the OCS Tools I can see my account user has a full control.

As regards GPO for the moment I haven't worked with it. I mean I have tried simply to deploy the agent from a login script without GPO.

Also, I notice I can't run Ocslogon.exe This application doesn't execute. There is no window that displays.

To conclude I have just 2 questions:

Is it possible to deploy Agent OCS just with a login script without GPO Active Directory?

Can the problem be due to the fact I don't log on the windows server as an administrator?

Well cordially
As regards the second question I have the answer. It isn't a problem about the rights administrators. As I said I have a full control of all OCS tools.

But about the fist question I think we need to use GPO Active Directory to run the login script ocs.bat  If I am right and I have understood without GPO Active directory it impossible to deploy Agent ocs by working with ocspackager.exe

If someone has a notice or want to give a comment about this topic feel free to present it.

Well cordially
Difficulty to use ocspackage
 
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