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[1912 LTSR CU1] The administrator's task was completed correctly, but the status of the studio was a Failed.


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Greetings to all.


I noticed that the result of the powershell cmdlets is displayed in the studio as a feild. However, the action is successfully performed without errors.

Please tell me if anyone has encountered this or a similar problem? Something I don’t really want to mess with the case, but I feel, I can’t do without it ..

 

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It is interesting that the same action from the studio does not leave any error records in the logs, maybe something is wrong with the EXIT codes for snaps ..

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I opened the case to support, the result was the following answer:

 

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Hello Ilya,

Greetings of the day

We have checked from our internal team, The issues which are related with SDK and PowerShell are not handled by us

Kindly follow the below article

https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX215877

 

 

Therefore, the question was recreated in another branch:

https://discussions.citrix.com/topic/410116-1912-ltsr-cu1-the-administrators-task-was-completed-correctly-but-the-status-of-the-studio-was-a-failed/

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On 6/9/2020 at 7:50 AM, Anjani Bhiravabhatla said:

Can you please enable console log by following the steps mentioned in the below article and see if there is anything related to this being logged in it or not .

https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX127969

 

It had no effect .. :(
The log is not written. We use 1912 LTSR CU1, maybe this is the case.

I note that this behavior is only in one branch. In another - 1912 СU1 the same settings - everything works without errors.

 

It seems that I can not do without a case.

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