NSClient++ Help (#1) - Install with msi via Remote Desktop? (#1018) - Message List
It seems that it is not possible to run the msi installer via Remote Desktop.
On virtual server that might be useful. In particular because I didn't get very well along with the command line "nscp.exe" program (where does it find it ini file, same location as it self?)
Is it necessary to restrict the installer in this way?
NSCP-0.4.0.172-Win32.msi in case that matters.
it is a normal MSI installer so not sure why it wont run under RD.
Try running a logged installer and send/paste the log with any errors...
msiexec /l*log.txt /I <MSI FILE>
As for the other query: just unzip the zip then you can create ta sample config like so:
nscp settings --generate ini --load-all --add-defaults
You also need to register a service which can be done like so (I think not 100% sure about this one):
nscp service --name NSCP --description "Hello this is my monitorin agent" --install
For more details on the command line syntax see the docs or run the following:
And yes the ini file is "normally" in the same folder but you can configure this if you want to be elsewhere (see boot.ini) the default is same folder for legacy reasons...
Michael Medinmickem07/12/12 22:12:50 (10 months ago)