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CMW Tracker Audit Log

As a CMW Tracker administrator, you can always obtain a detailed log of significant user management and system activity events that happen in the system. Imagine a situation when one of your users loses access to one of crucial applications with some essential documents inside. Another example could be a user losing the ability to log in to the sys... Read More

CMW Tracker for Outlook add-in log

When troubleshooting a problem related to CMW Tracker for Outlook, Comindware team may request you to send the log generated by the add-in. This log contains the add-in activity history and may contain essential information on why the problem you've run into occurred. The log is captured automatically so all you need to do is to reproduce the ... Read More

CMW Tracker for Outlook does not show up in Outlook after installation

Sometimes after Comindware for Outlook installation, the add-in doesn’t show up in MS Outlook even if you restart it. It may occur when some system security settings on your machine don’t allow third-party add-ins integration into MS Outlook. However you can enable the CMW Tracker add-in manually.  Before you go on reading, take a minut... Read More

CMW Tracker Server Log

CMW Tracker logs most of the events that occur during its operation in a special log which is therefore very useful for tracking and investigating unexpected product behavior, errors and other events. Comindware support team may ask you to send this log to investigate the issue you report. You can always find the CMW Tracker server log at the follo... Read More

Collecting debug information in Google Chrome

If you experience problems with the visual user interface of CMW Tracker while working in Google Chrome, browser logs can help troubleshoot the issue. Before capturing any logs, make sure to refresh the page by pressing the CTRL+F5 button combination on your keyboard.​Some errors may be caused by pages being cached improperly on your computer. This... Read More

Creating a Microsoft Installer (MSI) Log of Comindware Products

If you are experiencing a problem with installing Comindware software (installation halts/rolls back/errors out etc.), its root cause can be found by analyzing the Microsoft Installer Log. You can get this log by running the installation file with specific command line parameters as described below. Go to the Run prompt (Start -> Run) and type i... Read More

Incorrect URL in emails after upgrade

After upgrading an instance from trial to commercial one or changing the hostname, the users might face the problem that links from their emails are incorrect and navigate to the old URL. Solution It is necessary to manually change instance URL in all the necessary places. Read More

Outgoing email channel for Microsoft Office 365 stopped working

If you have used Microsoft Office 365 server in your outgoing email channel, you might have noticed that recently users stopped receiving task notifications and/or other custom notifications that were set up in your product instance and when you try to test the outgoing email channel you get an error. The bottom of this issue is that Microsoft has ... Read More

Users cannot get into CMW Tracker after the server hardware is changed

When you install and activate Comindware software on your client server, your hardware ID is recorded for each license key you use.   If you change the hardware on your machine (get a faster processor or add more RAM for better performance), the actual ID of your hardware will change as well. As a result, your Comindware license keys will require r... Read More

Where to download .NET Framework 4 for Comindware?

When installing CMW Tracker to your server, you may get a message saying that .NET Framework 4 is necessary. The cause of this message is that there is no .NET Framework 4 installed on your computer. Normally, if this component is missing on your machine, Comindware installer should download it automatically. Thus, this error is likely to come up i... Read More

Windows Event Logs

Windows Event Log may be required for troubleshooting problems related to the on-premise version of CMW Tracker . Comindware support representatives may ask you to capture it in addition to some other logs generated by the product itself. Follow the steps below to get it on your machine running: Windows Vista/7/2008 Windows XP/2000/2003   ... Read More

Windows System Information File

If you have a problem with a Comindware product installed on your Windows server, Windows System Information file can be useful for troubleshooting the issue. This file contains the following information: Operating system System drivers Running processes Services Program groups Startup programs Description Follow these steps to get the Windows Sy... Read More