exit code of action gives the most recent OS return code from anything that was executed via ‘wait’ or ‘waithidden’. That is the exit code of the process that was launched, nothing specific to Bigfix. So it could be (and likely is) the Win32 error code in this case that the file could not be launched with ‘Network access is denied’.
If the program had actually be found and launched, the return code would be whatever that program had returned. From a Windows batch file, it’s the same thing that would be referred to as %ERRORLEVEL%.
Same idea for Linux/UNIX.
exit code of action should be the same value you’d read from
$_ in a script or shell after running a process.
If the BigFix action executed multiple
exit code of action would refer to the last one that ran. If the Bigfix action did not have any
exit code of action would have no value.