My question is what filter to use- Dynamic Prefix's "Checkin Filter" (i mean the filter implemented in Dynamic Prefix) or should i use Data Access's "Update Database Filter", or maybe both. I am running Vault Client 3.1.5 under the final release of Visual Studio 2005 Professional. Changing the view from Tree View to Flat View removes the "Updating..." message but still does not display the pending checkins. Friday I reloaded windows, moving to Windows XP x64 and actially still have the same problem on the new install. One of these two is giving me trouble after installing the 2017-07 or the 2017-08 rollup for Server 2012 R2.After installing the the July or August Server 2012 R2 update on the WSUS server, all clients no longer report in.
As a global team working in many different timezones, Status Hero has allowed us to stay accountable with each other and efficient with our time." "Can you hear me? " Something always seems to go wrong with all-hands multi-point meetings.When I uninstall the update rollup everything goes back to normal.Yesterday I tried running the Adamj Clean-WSUS script.After the initial install and several days of use, the Pending Checkins window just says "Updating..." and does not actually update to show files i have checked out. I have not seen this behavior running VS 2005 and I also haven't been able to find any other reports in regards to this problem. Have you also attempted to close the pending checkin dialog and reopen it? Closing and reopening either VS2005 or the Pending Checkins window does not change anything.
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The server doesn't register a checkin and the clients are not downloading updates that are approved.