Set optionstimeout to a higher value
If not specified, the default time-to-live is 7 days. Creates a new queue under the storage account. A hash of user defined metadata. Deletes a specified message from the queue. The id of the message. The valid pop receipt value returned from an earlier call to the Get Messages or Update Message operation. To delete the message, you must have two items of data returned in the response body of the Get Messages operation: A valid pop receipt, an opaque value that indicates that the message has been retrieved.
Pop receipts remain valid until one of the following events occurs: The message has expired. When the invisibility time elapses, the message becomes visible again. When the message is updated, a new pop receipt will be returned. Gets the access control list ACL for the queue. Returns queue properties, including user-defined metadata. The queue metadata Default: Retrieves one or more messages from the front of the queue. Get a list of Queues from the server Attributes options - Hash.
Filters the results to return only containers whose name begins with the specified prefix. An identifier the specifies the portion of the list to be returned. This value comes from the property Azure:: The marker value may then be used here to request the next set of list items. If it is set to a value less than or equal to zero, the server will return status code Bad Request. Sets the access control list ACL for the queue. A hash of user defined metadata options - Hash.
The valid pop receipt value returned from an earlier call to the Get Messages or update Message operation. The pop receipt of the queue message. Generated on Sun Apr 8 You still might have permission issues or firewall issues, but you are able to reach the machine. A potential fix for this issue is to use the [WMISearcher] accelerator. In the options property of the resulting object, there is a ReturnImmediately property, which should be set by default to true.
The ReturnImmediately property being set to true requires that the invoked operation the search be done synchronously and return immediately.
The enumeration of the results of the WMI call are handled after the return of this operation. An alternative solution for this issue would be to check the Transaction timeout setting on the target machine. Right click and choose properties. After this time period elapses, the filer allows the scan to continue but contacts the vscan server to ensure that it is still functioning and is still scanning the file.
This allows the filer to detect and recover from a vscan server failure which occurs while a scan is in progress. The timeout value may be reset to a NetApp-provided default value. It is also possible to set the timeout. Even if the file is still being scanned, the filer will abort the scan. Note that setting the timeout to 0 disables this option. If set to "on", then access to files will be denied if a virus scan cannot be performed, for example because no scanners are available.
If this option is set to "off" then access to files is allowed if it is not possible to scan the file. If set to "on", then vfilers will be allowed to use vscan servers which are registered with the hosting filer. If this option is set to "off" then a vfiler can only use vscan servers which have registered to the vfiler's IP address.
If set to "on", the filer will attempt to send a pop-up MsgBox to the opener of an infected file. Secondary scanners are not used by the filer to perform scans unless there are no primary scanners available.