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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 3:26 am 
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First congratulations. The Openaudit is very good!
I am testing the version Oav2 and found some errors.

1 - By auditing a Windows Server 2008, the following error is reported:

audit_windows.vbs(1234, 1) (null): 0x8004100E

Commenting on lines 1232 to 1252 the error is not generated and auditing work.

2 - In the OS field name is displayed as follows:

OS Name: Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard

If I change the browser's encoding to Unicode, then it is displayed correctly. This can not be defined in HTML?

One question: how do I audit the domain?

One suggestion:

System datails, hardware detaisl, etc., can not be hidden?


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:57 am 
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Win 2k8 auditing works in my current version (not released yet).
I have a script to audit a domain in my current version.

Give me a week or so...

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 8:16 am 
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Mark,

This is something minor but I couldn't help to notice it. I was loading oav2 and I noticed that ie was giving off some warnings after I had logged in and was situated under /index.php/main/list_alerts/0
After looking at the ie warnings I saw that v_template.php line 255 has
Code:
<a href="<?=base_url()?>index.php/login/logout"><img id="logout_button" src="<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout.png" onmouseover="document.logout_button.src='<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout_over.png'" onmouseout="document.logout_button.src='<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout.png'" border="0" /></a>

I know what you are trying to accomplish but you can't use document.id, as it is not a valid javascript implementation, in order to use an id you need to use document.getElementbyID("logout_button") or this.src

Here is what it should look like:
Code:
<a href="<?=base_url()?>index.php/login/logout"><img id="logout_button" src="<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout.png" onmouseover="this.src='<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout_over.png'" onmouseout="this.src='<?=base_url()?>theme-<?=$user_theme;?>/<?=$user_theme?>-images/28_button_logout.png'" border="0" /></a>


Bottom line, in ie the onmouse events for the Logoff button doesn't trigger correctly without making this suggested change.


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