Common error codes for Active Directory authentication

Common error codes for Active Directory authentication vScope supports both Discovery of and integration with the Active Directory. If something goes wrong you will be prompted with an error message that can give you a hint of the cause to the issue. The error messages might look something like this: INVALID_CREDENTIALS: 80090308: LdapErr: DSID-0C09042F,

Common error codes for Active Directory authentication2018-08-21T12:03:48+00:00

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user This is a guide on how to enable and test WMI access with a regular domain user without generic admin rights. Make sure you have followed the steps in the KB Setting up WMI-access through AD & GPO. This ensures that you have configured DCOM access,

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user2018-08-21T12:09:50+00:00

What does the different Windows Update/Patch dates stand for?

There are four main tags in vScope displaying patch information for Windows. Last System Update Date - Date when a HotFix/QuickFixEngineering (QFE) was last installed on the machine. Last Product Update Date - Date when a product update was last installed on the machine using the Windows Installer. Last Patch Date - Last date when

What does the different Windows Update/Patch dates stand for?2018-01-02T21:55:19+00:00

WMI – Troubleshoot ‘RPC server is unavailable’

If you receive the error message "RPC server is unavailable" when trying to discover information with WMI there are four plausible issues: 1. Stopped RPC service Ensure that the RPC service on the targeted servers are running and accessible. TROUBLESHOOT - Look at the running services on the servers. 2. Name resolution issues The

WMI – Troubleshoot ‘RPC server is unavailable’2019-02-18T12:26:26+00:00

How to find the correct Base DN setting

How to find the correct Base DN setting The Base DN setting specifies the root for searches in the Active Directory. Ideally, this should match the root of your domain. vScope will only be able to find AD objects under that root. For example, in the screenshot above, the domain name is ISL.local. To convert this into

How to find the correct Base DN setting2018-08-21T12:04:10+00:00