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I was able to run the GUI version on a couple of my test computers just fine. I attempted to run the Console version and received the following error on all of them.
The signature of the file CommandLine.dll cannot be validated.
Please refer to the INTEL - SA - 00086 Detection Tool user guide for more information.
There is nothing in the User Guide to assist with this error.
I had the folder located on my desktop and used the following command from an elevated command prompt
I tried this with and without the switches shown in the User Guide and received the same error.
The directory of the command line or script must be the same as the directory of the executable.
in this case the cmd directory should be %userprofile%\desktop
in the script I used the following.
%_Var%\Intel-SA-00086-console.exe -n -c -f %computername%.xml -p %userprofile%\desktop\
%userprofile%\desktop\ can be changed to a file share.
Isn’t correct that Intel SA-00086 Detection Tool gui/console only running on a Windows OS English language.
I found out that the tool is not running on a Windows OS Dutch language, change to English no problem
Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710MQ CPU @ 2.50GHz
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional English
Intel SA-00075 Detection Tool gui/console is working on Windows OS Dutch language but it create not correct registry entry's
So SA-00086 Detection Tool is not MUI, correct?
Sorry for my poor English writing