1. The software package is not properly assigned to the user
In Azure AD: Is there a software distribution group for this software and is the user member of this group?
In RealmJoin Admin Portal: Is there a package for this software and is this package assigned to the correct Azure AD group?
Is the software package assigned for automatic or manual install?
2. The software is assigned but the assignment is not received by the client
Is RealmJoin running?
Is the RealmJoin configuration up to date?
Is the RealmJoin version up to date?
Are there any errors in the RealmJoin logs?
3. The assignment reaches the client but the installation is not started or fails
Is the software assigned for manual installation?
Is it possible to start the installation manually and are there any errors shown?
Check RealmJoin logs and software installation logs if available?
Find the RealmJoin icon in your taskbar.
Click the RealmJoin icon and click Software Packages. Check if the software is listed and which status is displayed. Grayed-out indicated software is already installed. 'Black Text' (ready to install) indicates software is not installed. In this case, the installation failed or the software package is configured for manual installation.
Click the software if it is shown as ready to install. This should start the software installation. Click Show Details
Select and copy everything in the details if the software installation fails. Attach this information to the incident ticket.
RealmJoin records all event data into log files. Those can easily be accessed on the client device using the Windows Event Viewer (eventvwr.msc). RealmJoin logs can be found under Event Viewer (Local) / Windows Logs / Application.
To troubleshoot package execution problems or RealmJoin Problems there are several Log Files available:
System Context Installations and other system tasks:
User Context Installations and other tray component tasks:
RealmJoin Service events in the application eventlog.
Chocolatey Install Logfiles:
MSI Installations logs.
Alternatively, the logs can be automatically collected and save to the current users desktop via the debug window (see the section below).
You need to know the software Distribution Group to which the software should be deployed.
Open Office 365 Admin Center Group management at: Office 365 Admin Center
Select appropriate software distribution group and verify if the user is member of this group.
To open the tray debug (and enter the debug mode) click STRG + SHIFT + Click on the RealmJoin Icon. The Client menu will open but with a further entry at the end of the menu: Show Debug Window.
Show Debug Window contains seven different diagnostic tools. If a device is not able to be addressed by the server or can not connect to the back-end, this tool will provide the user with the tools for the first steps of diagnosis.
You can ping the RealmJoin back-end to check connectivity.
You can check if the client version is up to date.
You can check if the user configuration is up to date. This includes the assigned software packages.
If a new user configuration is available, you can update the configuration.
You can reset the user configuration. After this is done, it is required to update the user configuration with Check Config
You can collect the RealmJoin log files automatically.
It is possible to reinstall packages
You see hidden packages.
Package version numbers are displayed
If the Debug Mode is activated, mandatory software is marked with *.
There are several possible approaches to repair token errors.
To trigger a new token request, delete the file
and restart your device. Newer RealmJoin (starting with v4.10) versions that detect broken tokens may repair them automatically.
In the RealmJoin tray, you might use the Reconnect to Domain or Change Domain Password options to reinstate the connection authentication.
Replaced with Admin Console!
Go to RealmJoin back-end admin portal at: RealmJoin back-end Portal
In Software select the required software package. At the right users and groups are visible which have been assigned to this software package. In this example, it has not been assigned to any individual user but to 2 groups. Assignments for automatic installation are shown in bold letters.
If the installation of software packages produce error messages hinting to a corrupt Chocolatey installation, it is possible to reinforce the automatic Chocolatey installation through RealmJoin. To do so, remove the %chocolatey% environment variable and enforce a reboot of the client machine and the RealmJoin agent. This will trigger a reinstallation of Chocolatey.
It is not supported to remove the RealmJoin application from a client. However, for test scenarios, there are two ways to remove the application from a client.
Reimage the client.
Manual deletion instruction:
Stop all running RealmJoin processes
Remove the service, execute "sc delete realmjoin"
Remove the executables from C:\Program Files\RealmJoin
Delete registry hive HKLM and HKCU\SOFTWARE\RealmJoin
Delete folder %LocalAppData%\RealmJoin
Delete folder C:\ProgramData\RealmJoin
Uninstalling Chocolatey (https://chocolatey.org/docs/uninstallation)
You may find the data as follows:
Chocolatey install scripts: %PROGRAMDATA%\chocolatey\lib\\tools\chocolateyInstall.ps1
Chocolatey blobs: Windows\Temp\chocolatey\\
Craft scripts are cleaned up after the execution
Please use the official user voice website: https://realmjoin.canny.io/features