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Drivepool add-in disabled in Dashboard; How to get it back?


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I have been experiencing some extensive UI issues with DP/Scanner locking up the dashboard. After I end the task in Task Manager and relaunch the Dashboard I got this warning:

 

drivepool_suspect_add-ins.jpg

 

So I disabled the add-in and continue. I uninstall Drivepool, reset the settings for DP, reboot my server and still no dashboard add-in for Drivepool. How do I re-enable the dashboard integration? I am running WS2012e.

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On a client machine, load the Dashboard program. Before logging in, click on the "Options" button. This will give you the option to select what add-ins to load. Then you can re-enable DrivePool.

 

DashBoard Add-Ins.PNG

 

If you still have issues with it hanging, or being very laggy, could you do this:

http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_DrivePool_Dashboard_Freeze

 

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What you suggested works from a client machine but when I RDP into my server and launch the Dashboard locally, I do not get the DP integration as shown below. When I was prompted with the option to disable the add-in because it was flagged as suspect I did. Do you know how to re-enable it on the local Dashboard?

 

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Actually, there is a "Safe mode" link, that does that. It's in the start menu, under "Windows Server 2012 Essentials".

 

That or just run "%windir%\system32\ConsoleLauncher.exe /manage".

 

And either will bring up the dashboard with that "addin" screen.

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