Date parsed: 7/16/2003 9:30:25 PM
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 20:30:25 +0200
try the following:
Create a batch file, e.g. testbat.cmd in the C:\Test directory. The batch
file should contain the following text line:
echo %path% >>c:\temp\testbat.log
Then configure the SL4NT action to execute the command:
cmd.exe /C c:\temp\testbat.cmd
Then trigger the action execution by sending a test message. If the batch
file is executed, then you should find a testbat.log file in the C:\temp
I guess this will work in your case (it does on my test system).
"Mario Biassoni" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm using SL4NT 3.1 on Windows Server 2003.
> The service is set to logon via the Local System account.
> I need to issue the clear local-host command on a small PIX,
> whenever the %PIX-4-407001 syslog messaged is received.
> I created the rules for the event and I'm using teraterm ttl script
> to do the trick; if I invoke the script from another batch file it works
> However SLN4NT does not run the batch, although another
> action in the rule is to send a warning email and I correctly get it.
> In the run a program I tried the cmd.exe /C path\batch both
> with and without quotes with no success.
> The local system account has NTFS rights to access and execute
> all the needed resources.
> Anyone has an advice?
> Thank you,
> /Mario Biassoni