I am runing a percent free report. I see my drive /server name, a date and a size. THEN I see lines that may be per disk in the array under source and the date on these rows is December 31, 1969, 7:00 PM.

Any ideas where this is coming from?

asked 02 Jul '13, 07:52

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Hi Jo,

There was a bug in the way the report was formatted. It has been fixed in build 5.2.0.37, please download and install the latest build.

https://www.poweradmin.com/servermonitor/preview.aspx

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Quinn

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answered 03 Jul '13, 09:06

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Jo,

It would be best if you sent the image so I can see what you are referring to.

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answered 02 Jul '13, 09:37

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Where should I send the image to? I am not comfortable posting my data on the forum.

Thank you Quinn.

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answered 02 Jul '13, 09:39

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Please send it to support@poweradmin.com

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