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Pls provide a working example where aida64 puts reports over network to ms access database, I try

 

 

 

>\\server-1\distrib\aida64b\aida64.exe /R /custom \\server-1\
distrib\aida64b\report\processes.rpf /database /silent /safest /noicons

nothing happens.

 

processes.rpf

 

InfoPage="Operating System;Processes"

 

i set path to my .mdb file in file-settings-database

 

 

 

\\share\reports.mdb

I'm trying to collect info using aida64 + windows task scheduler + ms access db

Pls help

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\\share\reports.mdb looks a bit odd.  Are you sure that's the UNC path you want to use? ;)  Also, make sure to provide your network users write permissions to the reports.mdb file.

 

The rest of the settings and parameters you quoted seem fine and accurate.

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\\share\reports.mdb looks a bit odd. Are you sure that's the UNC path you want to use? ;) Also, make sure to provide your network users write permissions to the reports.mdb file.

The rest of the settings and parameters you quoted seem fine and accurate.

That was just sample path.

Thanks, I double-checked everything, now it looks like this:

on end-user machines:

schtask /create /tn check_running /tr \\somepath\collect.cmd /F /sc hourly /st 09:00 /ed #somedate#

 

collect.cmd

 

:start
IF EXIST \\somepath\reports.ldb (goto wait) 
\\somepath\aida64.exe /R /custom \\somepath\processes.rpf /database /silent /safest /noicons
goto end
:wait
start /MIN /wait timeout /t 30
goto start
:end
echo %time%, collect successful >> \\somepath\log.txt

Note that you should change preferences - database or use /inifile \\path_to_inifile_for_aida64

Now it works

Hope it will help someone else

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