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Hi again-

When I attempt to test the deprovision command, I get the msg "the specified custom command doesn't exist".
Can't seem to figure this out.
Initially I did a copy and disabled, but after enabling it, no cigar.

I tried all the web interfaces and they all get the same message when clicking the deprovision button.

I checked the security roles and "execute custom commands" is enabled.
I also restored to Initial state.

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It looks like you deleted the built-in Deprovision command and created another one with the same name. Custom Commands are referred to using their unique IDs, not names. So, if you want to use your command instead of the built-in one, you need to delete the old home page action and create a new one that will execute your custom command:

  1. On the computer, where the Web Interface is installed, start the Web Interface Customization tool.
  2. In the Interface type drop-down list, select the Web Interface that you want to configure.
  3. On the General tab, click Configure Home Page Actions.
  4. Delete the Deprovision action from the list.
  5. Click Add and follow the following steps to create a new action that will execute your command: http://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_WebInte ... #executecc

BTW, if you need to restore the built-in command, right-click the Builtin container located under Custom Commands, and select Restore Built-in Objects:


Thanks Eugene! That worked.

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