1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 2, 2009 7:04 AM by Bill Robinson

    Files on target after patch analysis?

    Antonio Caputo

      On disk C: of my targets I found these files C:\Trace.txt, C:\hfnetchk6b.xml and also sometimes the folder C:\tmp\stage.


      These files log info related to patch:


      For example the Trace.txt


      +T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:18 42f4:2430 PatchAssessment:139 stPatchAssessment start

      T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:18 42f4:2430 HTTPDownload:720 dwRet1 = 2, dwRet2 = 2, dwRet3 = 2

      T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:18 42f4:2430 ShavlikXMLDocumentSource:130 Entering LoadXML

      T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:18 42f4:2430 Signed:317 IsSignedByMicrosoft()

      T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:18 42f4:2430 Signed:205 Registry access failed: 0x2

      T (stPatchAssessment) 2009-02-28 23:29:20 42f4:2430 CabExtracter:120 Extracting files from C:/Program Files/BladeLogic/RSC/tmp/hfnetchk6b59640/hfnetchk6b.cab+


      Are they written by the patch analysis?

      Is it a standard behaviour or is it possible to avoid it, because customer does not like to have those files on their servers.