Does fetchstats still work?
This thread is one of the few that show recent questions about fetchstats. Had it working about five years ago with the vbs script after I changed my password to include an underline character. Then the Login Failed error shut me out. I'd like to try again but I'm suspecting some extra security may have been added that prevents it.
Is fetchstats still a thing? If so, I'll work through some of these threads again.
Thanks, Reg. I understand that support for it is exclusively in the Community, which was very helpful when I initially set it up and used it for a couple of years before my persistent but futile efforts to fix a login failure.
Was trying to find out from current active users, if any, if it still worked, using VBS or Bash version, solving recent login error messages, etc.
It depends on what version you want to use, bash script or WSH/VBS, and on what platform (OS) you want to use it.
VBS: This is for Windows. Copy and paste fetchstats.vbs and save it as fetchstats.vbs. Then run it as explained in the same file:
cscript //NoLogo fetchstats.vbs <username> <network-id> <YYYY-MM-DD> [<YYYY-MM-DD>]
Bash: This is for Linux and Windows. For Windows you may need to download bash and cURL separetely, see links in the README file.
You copy and paste fetchstats and save it under this name. Then, from a bash prompt, you execute (as described in the README file too):
fetchstats <username> <network_id> <YYYY-MM-DD> [<YYYY-MM-DD>]
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