From within the LANDesk Console one of the more useful features is the ability to right click a machine and perform administrative tasks.
Some of these tasks are:
Request an inventory scan
Wake up a machine
Shut down a machine
Request a Security scan
When one of these options is selected the LANDesk console make a call to IIS and passes the command line parameters to the core.secure/corerequest.asmx page.
The URL for this page on the core server is:
This page is seen here being accessed from the core server.
Each command requires a client side identifier, this can be the Machine GUID (found in the registry under HKLM\Software\Landesk\Common API) or the machines IP address.
If the right click commands fail to run, check the following.
1. Can theCoreRequest page be browsed from the Console running the commands?
2. Verify that the command is being sent from the core server.
On the core server under the \\[Your Core Server]\LDMAIN share the raxfer.log file will store the attempt to run the remote execute.
<block>Thu, 19 Mar 2009 10:20:56 4724 388 Performing remote execute, target 10.16.228.214:9594, hash 5b5c5c77</block>
3. Verify that the command was recieved on the client. In C:\Program Files\LANDesk\Shared Files\servicehost.log the command line parameters will be displayed.
Thu, 19 Mar 2009 10:36:14 2608: Exec: Exec: Launch request <"C:\Program Files\LANDesk\LDClient\vulscan.exe" /id=7 /run ldiscn32.exe /NTT=slc-smith-88:5007 /S="slc-smith-88" /I=HTTP://slc-smith-88/LDLogon/ldappl3.ldz /NOUI> (sync 0, timeout 300)