Two things I've noticed -- NIN 3.0.1

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Two things I've noticed -- NIN 3.0.1

Postby BudDurland on Fri Aug 16, 2002 9:34 am

I\'m convinced that NIN is great product, and the purchase order is winding it\'s way through the labyrinth now. Two things I\'ve noticed in testing:

Drives mapped to a Netware server are not listed when I click on \"Mapped Network Drives\" in the \"Network\" tab of a computer.

I\'ve deployed INA32 to do Summay filescan, and made sure the check box for \"Disable Browser Cache Directory\" box is checked. Still, when a Win2K pro workstation machine is audited, files in C:Documents and settings<other>Temorary internet files... are listed.

In this case, <Other> means the settings folders for users other than the one that\'s currently logged in. It would be cool if ALL the \"temp internet\" folders could be ignored.
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Postby BudDurland on Fri Aug 16, 2002 11:49 am

I deleted the files from the audit data directory, and now it\'s finding the mappednetowkr drives. I was testing the Asset navigator program earlier, and didn\'t completely clean up after un-installing it. Perhaps there was some debris from that?

Can I use wild cards in the disable directory setup for file scanning? I\'m thinking of something like *temporary internet files*.

Love playing with new toys.... :D
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Postby BudDurland on Fri Aug 16, 2002 1:43 pm

Can I use wild cards in the disable directory setup for file scanning? I\'m thinking of something like *temporary internet files*.


I tried it and it seems to have worked! Very, very cool.

My apologies to the readership for starting this thread without benefit of complete investigation. :(
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