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physh
Engaged Sweeper
Hi,
I'm running 4.0 RC1.
When clicking on the User OU Overview, I see a treeview that includes my Hosts/Computer/Server OUs. Is there a reason for that? That creates rogue accounts shown as MachineName$ everywhere. The Computer OU overview doesn't show the same behavior though.

Thanks for your help.
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Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
physh wrote:
ADsite, yes.

If this field is filled in then the information is send by lsclient.
I'm guessing you don't run it in a login script.

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physh
Engaged Sweeper
Just did that:

DELETE FROM tblADusers
Where tblADusers.Username Like '%$';


I will monitor the database in the next few days.

dank u
physh
Engaged Sweeper
Is there any way to avoid this and clean the database?
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
physh wrote:
Is there any way to avoid this and clean the database?

Avoid: run lsclient in a user login script.

Delete everything in table tbladusers to clean up.
physh
Engaged Sweeper
ADsite, yes.
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
physh wrote:
ADsite, yes.

If this field is filled in then the information is send by lsclient.
I'm guessing you don't run it in a login script.
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Is the "site" field filled in after the username?
physh
Engaged Sweeper
I see them in tblCPlogoninfo.
physh
Engaged Sweeper
what is the logged on users table?

These are not strictly speaking but hidden pseudo user accounts used by AD to communicate with the computers. You are almost never supposed to see those, that's why they end up with "$". I would really really like to clear these up.
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
physh wrote:
what is the logged on users table?

tblCPlogoninfo