CMTrace log viewer for SCCM 2012 June 27, 2013 SCCMentor ConfigMgr, SCCM 2012 6 comments The trace32 log viewer is no longer a separate download for SCCM 2012. It’s been renamed to cmtrace and can be located in the \Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\Tools folder. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInTumblrEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
CMTrace “recreates” itself as a .TMP file then runs as AppData/Local/[TMPFileName].TMP. If you have applocker’s default rules enabled CMtrace won’t run. Why did Microsoft make it like that?
Found that too, quite annoying. If you take the temp file it makes, rename it to cmtrace64.exe and move that copy somewhere that Applocker allows, you can run it. Make that version the default for .log files.
Thanks for the above. Put me on the right track. Found it just won’t run as non-admin. Is not obvisious it was doing some sort of weird .tmp file thing. Copy of and rename fixed for me.
to solve this problem, you need to change the extensions from AppData/Local/[TMPFileName].TMP to .exe. Then you make a new file hash rule of this file to allow this hash.
what does it makes and how it works? thanks
Thanks guys, this have unblocked me today!