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Automated Support Tickets
In the event of a crash, NetRisk generates an automated report with the following information:
|SupportLog.html||An HTML file that includes the license key and computer key.|
|Crashdump.dmp||A Windows-generated file created by dumping the memory of the computer at the time of the crash.|
|Crashrpt.xml||An XML file that includes system information, such as the operating system, version number, memory usage, and any steps entered by the user.|
|Screenshot0.jpg||A screenshot taken at the time of the error, just before NetRisk closes. The screenshot ONLY includes the NetRisk window; any other windows, including the desktop, are blacked out.|
- To preview or remove any of these files, click What will be included? on the screen that pops immediately following a crash
- Right-click on any file and choose Open, Delete Selected File(s), or Attach More File(s)...
If submitted, an email will be sent in the background to email@example.com, thus opening a ticket with NetRisk support.
In the event of a crash or a forced shutdown, if a file contained any unsaved changes, the next time the file is opened, a recovered version will open instead, which will contain ALL unsaved changes except for the very last action which actually triggered the crash.
This recovered version should be used to overwrite your original version, unless you were performing hypothetical changes which you did not actually want to save.