For customers with a maintenance contract

Log-in to the 1E Support Web portal with the credentials from your maintenance contract  – it provides issue tracking, product hotfixes and knowledge base articles for each product.

Before you raise a support case, we recommend you:

  1. Check the list of known issues to see if the problem you are encountering is listed and if we have a remediation for it.
  2. Check our Resolving common issues section to see if we have a resolution to your problem
  3. Check the latest Hotfix to see if this issue is known and already addressed in an hotfix.
  4. If you do not find what you want, create a technical report and submit that together with your support case.

 

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For customers evaluating Nomad

If you are evaluating Nomad, contact us by email.

Creating a technical report

When you create your technical report, please provide us with the following details so that we can deal with your support case effectively when we look at it. Not having any these will very likely result in a longer resolution time as we will need to get in touch with you to obtain the missing files.

  1. Log files – it must include the recorded time when the issue took place. If it does not, delete the logs and rerun the steps to replicate the issue. The table below details the log files we require:

    For issues relating toRequired log filesLocation of log files
    Nomad
    • NomadBranch.log
    • ClientHealth.log
    Default installer location: C:\ProgramData\1E\NomadBranch\ Optional location if installed using EAISA: C:\WINDOWS\CCM\Logs\
    OS deployment
    • NomadPackageLocator.log
    • NBCacheActions.log
    • All Configuration Manager logs including SMSTS.log
    The path changes at different stages of an OS deployment
    Nomad and ActiveEfficency integration
    • Services.log
    C:\ProgramData\1E\ActiveEfficiency\
  2. Environmental details
    • The version of Nomad you are running, including the latest patch for it
    • The version of ActiveEfficiency you are running, including the latest patch for it
    • The version of Configuration Manager you are running, including the latest patch for it
    • The name of the machines, Application or Package IDs and when the issue occurred
    • The version of the Operating System you are running, including the latest patch for it
    • The scope of the issue – did it affect a particular geographical location, group of users or client machines
  3. Configuration
    • If there were any recent changes made to your configuration
  4. Others
    • Self-help troubleshooting steps you carried out
    • In the event of a service crash or if you are experiencing high CPU or memory usage, provide us with the dump file, event viewer logs, traces. We will provide you with FTP details to upload these files