ConfigMgr LogFile Opener 3.0.0 released

Version 3.0.0 of ConfigMgr LogFile Opener has been made available. This Release comes with OneTrace Support and many other new features and bug fixes.

Release Notes

New features

  • OneTrace added as Log program. 
  • Added new client action to enable and disable the Remote Registry Service of a connected Device. 
  • Added the Scripts.log files to the Logs menu.
  • The Parameters “WindowStyle”, “EnableAutoLogLaunch” and “DisableHistoryLogFiles” can now be changed during runtime in the settings menu. 
  • The settings menu now shows the version of the PendingReboot PowerShell Module.

Breaking changes

  • The Parameter “-DisableCMTraceLogFileMerging” has been removed. CMTrace will now always perform a merge action, if multiple log files are being opened. 
  • The Parameter “-ActiveLogProgram” has been renamed to “-LogProgram”.
  • The Parameter “-WindowStyle” has been renamed to “-LogProgramWindowStyle”.
  • The Parameter “-CMTraceActionDelay” has been replaced with the parameters “-ActionDelayShort” and “-ActionDelayLong”.
  • Support for older Operating Systems has been removed. ConfigMgr LogFile Opener now requires at least Windows 8.1 / Server 2012 R2. 

General fixes

  • A Client running the 2006 ConfigMgr Client version is now identified correctly.
  • Minor menu adjustments.
  • Fixed an issue in the PendingReboot Module Uninstall routine.
  • Fixed a menu issue, which occurred when no recent logs are available.
  • The function for running CcmEval has been imporoved.
  • Other small fixes, code rewriting and optimizations.

The new Version is available on GitHub. Details on the Tools usage can be found in the introduction blog post: ConfigMgr LogFile Opener released

As always, If you find any bugs or have some feature suggestions, tag me on Twitter or in the Comments.

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