Is it possible to identify with a report all computers which may have this setting ON?
I cannot find any reports in the web interface that has this as a parameter. But if you have access to the SQL server you can run this query:
USE SnowLicenseManagerSELECT c.hostname, ci.DisableAutoEditingFROM tblComputerInfo ciJOIN tblcomputer c ON c.computerid = ci.computerid/** 1 means that the "Disable auto editing" is ON. 0 means OFF. **/WHERE DisableAutoEditing = 1
USE SnowLicenseManagerSELECT c.hostname, ci.DisableAutoEditing
FROM tblComputerInfo ciJOIN tblcomputer c ON c.computerid = ci.computerid
/** 1 means that the "Disable auto editing" is ON. 0 means OFF. **/WHERE DisableAutoEditing = 1
Thanks. It works!
When you have computers with Disableautoedit = 1 then you should be careful with installing SLM 9.1
At least in my test environment after the DUJ all that computers lost their organisation allocation and were allocated to the root organization.
So before installing SLM 9.1 you should save your computers and their allocated organisations
Hello Carola Iberl,
While I trying to map host computer with VMs wherever VMs not connected with Host by disabling auto editing but after DUJ, again VMs lost Host computer information.
Can you please suggest me for above. How I can achieve the same without issue?
Thanks in advance.
I don't know, if I can help you. In my opinion your problem is not depending on the DisableAutoEdit, that is handled in this post.
I saw your question Manual Mapping of VMs with Host Computers in DCC and added my answer in that post.
Perhaps that may help you a bit.
we lost most of the organizational assignements after udpating to SLM 9.1.
Ticket with high prio is created.
SLM 9 seams to be a minefield! :-(
we are seeing several customers with 'Disable Auto Editing' and manual organizational assignments in place, where after the update to SLM 9.1.0. This has been raised within Snow Support and has a high priority.
If anyone else experiences this, please log a ticket with Snow Support and refer to CS0038326 and CS0038336.
please from now on refer to PRB0042263 when raising a ticket.
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Thanks Carola, we will watch out for that. Regards, David
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