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script tool agains multiple hosts

Hi, I have written a dos command which will add a scheduled task to the remote host which works great. I noticed that with the built in tools such as ping you can select multiple hosts to execute against and it launces for each selected host. When i try do this with my custom session tool it only launches on the first server in the selected list. Has anyone seen this before or know where i might be going wrong.

Thanks

Adam.

Clock6 yrs

Hi,
This is a limitation in the software but I have entered a feature request for that. Sorry about that

David Hervieux

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Hi David,

It'll be a great feature!
could you estimate when it'll be done?


Thanks,
Dan
edited by ddalima on 1/2/2013

Clock6 yrs

Hi,
I don't have a timeframe but we will try to add this for the v8.5 in few months

David Hervieux

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Thanks,

Do you know in which quarter this version should be ready?

Clock6 yrs

Approximately in March or April

David Hervieux

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Great thanks!

Clock6 yrs

Hello,

has this been integrated into RDM?

Clock3 yrs

Which feature exactly? We support the multi-select for many of them.

David Hervieux

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Hi,

I have the same problem and i search a solution.

I have written a dos command with the "net use" command and it works great. Now the problem is, when i select multiple hosts to execute this custom command, it launches only on the first of the selected hosts (not on all selected).

Thanks for help.
Adriano

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Hello Adriano,
Have you upgraded to the new version (RDM 11)? We have added this functionality for many missing cases.

David Hervieux

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Hi David,

thank you for your quick response.

Yes, I have updated the version. Unfortunately, it is still not working.

Regards
Adriano

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Hello Adriano,

We'll work on adding this functionality in for this use case. Are you selecting the entries then right click > Macro/Script/Tools > your custom macro?

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Hello Hubert,

great, that sounds good!

Yes, I use exact this method/way

Thanks for your support.
Adriano

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Hi Hubert,

can I find the function in the new version (11.0.1.0) ?

Thanks
Adriano

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Hi Adriano,

Unfortunately, it's not yet available, but I'll be working on it shortly.

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Hi,

This should be available in the next version of RDM. Feedback would be appreciated once you can try the feature out. You will have to enable the "Allow batch execute" checkbox in the macro to have this feature.

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Hi,

I'm looking forward to test the feature, and thank you again very much for the first class support.

Regards
Adriano

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It seems that the variable $MAC$ is not enabled for batch run.

When selecting multiple machines, the script is called with the MAC address of the first entry.

Clock3 yrs

Hello,

Thanks for testing it out, we will check this out and try to fix this issue.

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Clock3 yrs

Hi,

This should be fixed in the upcoming version of RDM. When it's out, could you try it out and give some more feedback?

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Yea, my Wake-Up-Via-SSH script is working, thanks!

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