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    Posted: 29 Jun 2018 at 1:11pm
Hello,

I recently purchased a professional copy of the software, and I’ve been customizing the scripts that were included (I have backups of the original scripts), and I’m running into an error when I try running transfer_all.vbs:



I'm trying to initiate the transfer_all.vbs from a Win10 machine, with the data being copied up to a network share residing on a Win Server 2016. I tested a network share on the same vlan and ensured I can communicate between the two with an existing 2012r2 box as well. Running the script creates a folder with the host name at the destination, but the folder is empty and then that error appears.

Please let me know if you need a copy of the updated scripts emailed, as I'd rather not post them here with our company info. I sent the same question, with the scripts attached in a zip file, to support@forensit.com, as well as info@forensit.com and haven't received a response yet.
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  Quote JSantana Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Jun 2018 at 1:37pm
I received a response to this, in case anyone runs into the same issue:

The error occurs because one of the keys under the ProfileList registry key does not evaluate to a user SID. To avoid this just add a On Error Resume Next statement before the call to get the user SID in your Transfer_All.vbs script:

For Each strSubkey In arrSubKeys

    On Error Resume Next
    Set objWmiSID = objWmiService.Get("Win32_SID.SID='" & strSubkey & "'")
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