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  1. Bryan La Rock

    Zip Families

    Thank you, Igor. My apologies that I missed your reply earlier. That's definitely unfortunate, but I appreciate the info. Best wishes, Bryan
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    Zip Families

    Hello! I just noticed that the Family Date is not as expected for a large batch of email I just processed. I found the issue: This email batch was contained within a Zip file, and so Intella is considering all items within the Zip file to be in the same family. This is definitely not desirable for us. Is there a way to configure the definition of "family" in Intella? Typically, the only family relationship we care about is email families (i.e., emails and their attachments). Zip families are not important to us and cause issues like the above. If there is no way to configure the automatic definition of "family", is there some other way that I can get Intella to disregard Zip families and only consider email families? This is very important for when we upload documents for review to Relativity. We always upload the "Family Date", which our attorneys usually expect to be the date of the email. Thank you! Bryan
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    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Sounds good. Thanks for all your help, Chris! The scripting is working well so far. I just successfully executed the scripted processing and OCR of about a dozen different case files. Good stuff! Bryan
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    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, That totally makes sense. Thanks so much for the info! I have some other questions about IntellaCmd. I'll most likely do another post shortly for those. In the meantime, though, do you know if there is any additional documentation for IntellaCmd beyond the main Intella manual? Thanks again! Bryan
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    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, Strangely enough, the script is now working today, though I have made no changes of which I am aware and I have not ever restarted the machine since yesterday. The output still seems to be complaining about not finding a product license, but it goes forth to process anyway. Perhaps there is some other license besides the core Intella Pro license that is missing and is causing the "Product license not found" error? Regardless, I hope it continues to work! 😃 I'd still appreciate your thoughts: The invocation is as follows: "C:\Program Files\Vound\Intella 2.2.1\IntellaCmd.exe" -user "Elluma Discovery" -case "D:\Intella Temp\REDACTED" -caseName "REDACTED" -caseDescription "test" -evidence "REDACTED" -indexMailArchives true -indexArchives true -indexEmbedded false -indexUnstructured true -recoverDeleted true -cacheEvidenceFiles false -analyzeParagraphs true -determineEmailSenderIpGeolocation false -taskFile "D:\Intella Temp\REDACTED\OCR Task.json" -autoSelectFullLicense I've attached a redacted version of the output. You'll see the error in the middle of the output: [ERROR] 2019-01-15 08:34:28,702 [main] Product license not found Thank you again! Bryan Output.txt
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    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, I can start the Intella GUI without issue. The product is "Intella Professional 2.2.1". My apologies--I meant to include this tidbit in my original post. 😃 Bryan
  7. Hi! I am new to IntellaCmd and am attempting to script case ingestion. I cannot seem to get Intella to locate my license. No matter which parameters I use to start IntellaCmd, I always get the error "Product license not found". I have tried using the argument "-autoSelectFullLicense". When I use this argument, I see that IntellaCmd sets this property to "true", but it does not affect the outcome. I have tried running my batch file both as a normal Windows user and as Administrator. This did not affect the outcome. I'd appreciate any advice. Thank you! Bryan