I am trying to create an automatic group for all of our Windows Oracle servers. We have workstations that have the Oracle client, but I am not interested in that for now. It does not matter the version either (would be nice but not really needed), I just need to know if Oracle is installed and running on the server. I checked online, but did not find anything that I thought would work.
I started with a basic relevance, just to see if the server has Oracle in the registry and I ran into an issue. A server that I know has Oracle installed for some reason when I query using qna on server it is reporting back incorrectly. This also happen if I query using the webui console.
As you can see from the image below, I am able to get a successful response if I just query the “Oracle” key, but if I try to just go one folder deeper, the relevance fails.
I know this is not all the relevance I need to determine if Oracle is installed, but like I mentioned I am starting with the basics.
Is this normal? Am I doing something wrong? Any help with this or relevance for grouping Oracle servers would be appreciated. Thanks.