1. When I open the report I can see Basic Information and UpdateProxy server role. At the end of the proxy info is a section on downloads and uploads which always shows no downloads, no uploads and 0 bytes for files downloaded and uploaded. How do I get this information to display the actual data ?
2. When I click the List of served stations button to check which stations are downloading updates from the server all the information is present except that the recorded times are actually 4 hours earlier than local time. How do I get that page to show local times ?
It sounds like the full version of Admin is installed as the Admin Lite version should only install the update proxy and network installer roles.
1 - The Admin Console will download updates when requested by a workstation. If no stations are requesting updates, this value will stay at 0. Should the workstations be updating from the Admin Server?
2 - The time settings are probably set to GMT. This can be changed under 'View' > Options > Untick 'Show time values in GMT'
Thanks for the answers. Can I get a couple of screenshots of the information you are seeing please? One showing the list of stations with the inaccurate time and one showing the 0 usage. If any of the screenshots contain any sensitive information, add them to a zip file using your login address as the password.
In the served station list note that IP 10.10.15.12 was updated at 7:13 AM local time (GMT+2) and is showing 5:13 which is obviously GMT (my original assertion of 4 hours difference was actually incorrect, simple subtraction error with 24 hour times :confused: ).
Admin Server Lite was installed on 15 January and has been serving updates since then.
Unfortunately the Server statistics in the Admin Server report requires the 'DataCenter' role to be used in order to display the information regarding upload\download times etc. This would require a full installation of the Admin Console.
Will create a bug for the GMT issue for the Admin Lite Report. Please let us know if you need anything else.