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Reporting on APS activity

Reporting on APS activity

Reporting on APS activity


Does anyone know of a way to see all the jobs currently processing from the Info desktop ?

Is it possible to see a version of the Desktop schedule in a time domain ?



RE: Reporting on APS activity

In a word NO but ......

You may be able to do something with the SDK.


Previously I have written a query against the CINFO database looking for rows in the RunTimeImage table that have a strat date/time but no end date/time.
It works but is not perfect.

RE: Reporting on APS activity

Hi Nick

If you run the Seagate setup again and check the box for the info monitor snap-in, this gives you the ability to see what you want.
I find it very helpful as it tells you all job statuses, who is logged in, and using what Seagate product processes.
You will need the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) on your machine, and you add the snap-in by going to Console/add or remove snap-ins.
It can be a little inaccurate but on the whole is quite good!



RE: Reporting on APS activity

would this mean a re-install or a modify of existing install?

RE: Reporting on APS activity

It's a modify of existing install


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