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Re: first reported2008-03-24T22:27:20ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.See this post:
mcalvi91 27000402M974 Posts
Re: first reported2008-03-28T21:41:58ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.same problem, it does not show the time the image was dropped, just the installed date
Re: first reported2008-03-28T23:04:25ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.We don't have a property like that unfortunately. If there is a Fixlet that is always relevant on all machines, I could give you a web report that shows the first time that Fixlet became relevant, which would be right around when the client first reported in. This would only work in web reports.
If that won't work, like Jason did, I think you'll need to find something on the image that gets a time stamp around when the machine first comes alive and we can create a property to report that time.
Alternatively, I don't know how you do your imaging, but would it be possible to write a registry key as part of the imaging/building process?
Re: first reported2009-10-29T23:01:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.In BES 8.0 there will be a new property for registry keys: last write time of <registry key> . We should be able to use this to create an install time property.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK2038 Posts
Re: first reported2009-10-31T02:04:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.jessewk - YES!!!!
A huge thanks for adding this!
AakashK 270006R3B51 Post
Re: first reported2014-04-08T10:34:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
jgstew 270004VDPE47 Posts
Re: first reported2014-04-09T13:26:49ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- AakashK 270006R3B5
See this analysis: http://bigfix.me/analysis/details/2994644
( minimum of subscribe times of sites )
This should correspond to the time at which the client first subscribed to the actionsite, which would be very shortly after client installation if things are working properly.
You can also get the windows install date here: http://bigfix.me/relevance/details/2196