They pickup their first scan at the foreign processing hub before leaving the country. Be sure you check the tracking number though and not just through Amazon if there’s an issue.
Complaining to USPS and/or your local postmaster can help sometimes.
and does this go for all services because I have many people getting stuff Express priority that are receiving them but there’s no scan and some of them are expedited orders so its stressful. If dropped off without standing in line for an acceptance scan, they often don’t get scanned at the PO. I would also point out that there has been a major lag in USPS scans updating into Amazon tracking over the past few months - often it takes 1 to 2 days for the information you can see on to update to Amazon.
I drop off at the local post office, sorting center PO, and get pickups from my house. The biggest lags I tend to see are on my Priority Mail International packages. I would say that their scanning is reliable about 95% of the time, but that other 5% of orders can be a real pain.
The container metadata file location is set to the configuration file and restart the agent.
I had issues with them not scanning during the transit stages.
For more information, see Issue with the Hibernate Agent (20 AMIs).
Microsoft recently announced that they will not release monthly patches or security updates for the month of February.
In general, the AWS Windows AMIs are configured with the default settings used by the Microsoft installation media. For example, the AWS Windows AMIs come with the following software and drivers: After you launch a Windows instance, you are responsible for installing updates on it.
You can manually install only the updates that interest you, or you can start from a current AWS Windows AMI and build a new Windows instance.