@russ ooohhhh see? knew it was a noob question haha unfortunately I do not... Yet!! But now I have a new goal. Thank you so much for the quick response, I can at least rest easy knowing the solution now
@alvaro-gutierrez-romero, are you in Spain? @gabi92a is having the same problem and he's in Spain. I don't know yet if it's the location or something about spanish Windows computers. @gabi92a is a developer in Barcelona, so I'm hoping he can help me figure this out.
@André-Ricardo-da-Costa, thanks for confirming you're using 32bit Windows. That explains why you can't use the normal installer.
Are those spaces actually in your commands.json file? I can tell from that output that there's some invalid json in your commands.json file. That's why the agent is trying to restore your backup commands.json.
If you're adding the spaces because this forum software changes your text, you can show me your exact text by putting 3 back-ticks before and after your text: ```
Your actual commands are never uploaded to the TRIGGERcmd servers. I consider it a security feature, but I can see how it might be helpful if there was a backup of that commands.json file. I might consider offering an opt-in way to send backups of the commands.json file to the servers.
@Gerardo-Lasso, I think you might have two accounts, and your computer is associated with the other account.
You could delete the C:\Users\(your user)\.TRIGGERcmdData\token.tkn file, then close and re-run the TRIGGERcmd Agent. That will prompt for a token again and you can give it a token from this account. That will create the computer record in this account.
@chabetico, your commands were stored in the commands.json file in C:\Users\(your user)\.TRIGGERcmdData\commands.json. If that file is gone, you'll need to recreate your commands from scratch. For added security, the actual commands are not stored in your account in the cloud. They're stored on your computer.