"Pwrtech.exe /gethashedpassword" to retrieve the Relay Server Password for use with an unattended installation does not function

Version 4

    Problem:

     

    The command "Pwrtech.exe /gethashedpassword" to retrieve the Relay Server Password for use with an unattended installation, does not function with Ivanti Workspace Control 10.2.0.0

     

    Expected result: a dialog with the hashed password is shown

    Current result: Ivanti Workspace Control Console is opened

     

    Solution:

     

    The parameter to retrieve the Relay Server Password is changed in 10.2.

    The command "Pwrtech.exe /getrspassword" can be used to retrieve the Relay Server Password for use with an unattended installation with 10.2.0.0

     

    The corresponding Public Property RSPWHASHED is replaced with RSPWENC

     

    Public propertyValue Description
    RSPASSWORD <PASSWORD> or
    <ENCRYPTED
    RSPASSWORD>
    Specifies the (by default: plaintext) password of the RES ONE Workspace environment that the Agent should connect to. This password must already be set in the Administration > Relay
    Servers
    node in the Management Console.
    Does not apply to Console only installations.
    RSPWENC YES or NO (default)

    Specifies whether the value that is specified at RSPASSWORD is encrypted.
    Technical managers can obtain the encrypted version of the Environment password by using one of the following command lines on the machine running the Management Console:

    • pwrtech.exe /getrspassword
      With Ctrl+C, the encrypted password can be copied from the
      dialog box to the clipboard.
    • pwrtech.exe /getrspassword /f=<full file
      path>
      The encrypted password is saved in the specified file at the
      given location.

     

    Example:

    Msiexec /i "C:\RES ONE Workspace 10.2.0.0.msi" RSENVGUID={7C1FF8AB-5FC8-40C9-AB4C-E285A788A2C0} RSPASSWORD=38661621371C7E0C7C10ACA1CAEA1675F8678925 RSPWENC=yes RSDISCOVER=yes/no RSLIST=server1;server2 RSRESOLVE=relayserver.ressoftware.com /qn