Update (Fri, 07 Nov 2014):
HELIOS update u1102 solves this problem.
However, if you created a “HELIOS-DAILY” task as described below then you should delete it again after installing update u1102:
> schtasks /DELETE /TN HELIOS-DAILY
Mon, 13 Oct 2014
Starting with Windows Server 2012, Windows uses “schtasks” and not “at” anymore, the HELIOS “crontool” does not work and the HELIOS “helios-daily.bat” cronjob does not get registered with the Windows 2012 task scheduler system.
As a result, the accounting files in “HELIOSDIRvaradm” do not get rotated every night.
Until an update for the HELIOS “crontool” is available, you can create a scheduled job manually.
Start a “Command Prompt” as “Administrator” and verify that the HELIOSDIR environment variable is set:
> echo %HELIOSDIR%
Then enter the following command line:
> schtasks /CREATE /TN HELIOS-DAILY /RU SYSTEM /SC DAILY /ST 00:00 /TR "%HELIOSDIR%sbinhelios-daily.bat"
This will create a task with the name “HELIOS-DAILY”, which runs every day at “00:00”.
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