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Aug
31
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
I can not understant that problem... "My" user (root) is in the Administrators group and I cannot launch psexec with -s :( I tried to run NSCP service as "my" root account but the VM is still displayed as "DOWN"...
Aug
31
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
Uhm... When I run this command I get a nice Couldn't install PsExec service: Access denied. I'll try to figure out why
Aug
31
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
and what is the name of this account? "System account" or something other? I tried to run the script with psexec but it asked me for a password (I don't know what that password can be... :( )
Aug
31
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
Thank you for that advice, I just wonder where you found that NSCP was running as System account. :)
Aug
30
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
Here is the content of etat_machine.txt, after a call of check_vm through NSClient++: pastebin.com/ZqcSmcbs Here is the content when I run check_vm.bat directly in cmd.exe: pastebin.com/A9wZid8B
Aug
30
comment NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff
The output is: WARNING: VM DOWN The log file contains: 2011-08-29 15:47:18: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1144: Injecting: check_vm: 2011-08-29 15:47:18: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1180: Injected Result: WARNING: VM DOWN' 2011-08-29 15:47:18: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1181: Injected Performance Result: ''
Aug
30
asked NSClient++: running VirtualBox VM displayed as poweroff