The old version of HASHDIR.exe tool doesn't work with new version of SCCM. This could be because of SHA256 hashing of SCCM CB.
Is there any possibility to release a new version HASHDIR.exe tool for SHA256 hashed content. This would be really useful whenever SCCM admins want to perform has miss match troubleshooting ...
This concern was raised by Stefan - https://twitter.com/stefan_farnik/status/10300752183652270085 votesNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
We’d like to better understand the scenario here. How often do you need to troubleshoot hash errors and how did this tool help? Could better status messages or in-console monitoring help here?
I often use a tool to search all log files for a particular entry, and the search results tell me what line the entry is located on within each log file. If CMTrace had line numbers, it would help locate the search results within the log files.2 votesNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
Interesting idea! One potential problem here is that a “line” in CMTrace may not map to a single line in a log file — it could actually be a concatenation of several lines.
We’ll think about this problem and take this idea under consideration for the future. Thanks!
We need a "manual" or force clean - a complete removal of all traces of the ConfigMgr client to be supported again.
Too much wasted time is spent trying to track down all the left overs that cause unhealthy clients.
Thankfully some of those in the community have published scripts that help, but unfortunately they are "not supported" and many times incomplete.18 votes
Allow to select view font in CMTrace, eg monospace. Per session (some files look better in default font, some would look better to view in monospace).8 votes
What the description says. I'd love to open multiple files with CMTrace so it can more easily be integrated with 3rd party utilities!34 votes
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