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  3. I figured out my issue.. It seems with windows 11 scripts running as the System account do not trigger UAC which is the same as windows 10, however, it seems I have to always use the absolute / full paths. All seems good now.
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  5. My current RMM (the one I'm trying to migrate from) allows me to install both .exe and .MSI's without a UAC prompt. It seems to run in the background. Even with UAC turned on, however, with Pulseway I'm unable to run scripts (with either system or local admin account) without turning off UAC completely. What am I missing?
  6. Hi Ryan, Please PM me the config.xml file and I will review it. -Paul
  7. Hi Paul! Thanks for the response. I uninstalled and reinstalled the package, used the command to register pulseway, however it still is not working. Any additional help you could provide would be great. Thanks, Ryan
  8. Hi Ryan, It seems that your configuration file is broken. I'd reinstall the package and pay extra attention when editing the file to avoid breaking the XML structure (ideally change only the values that are between double quotes for starters and keep backup copies). To register your system use the pulseway-registration command. -Paul
  9. @Randula All you need to do is log onto 1 machine that has the Veeam and create the needed event log monitor through the Pulseway Manager on the local machine, than export that. Go into Policies on the PWA and it allows you to import there. It will the apply to all machines under that policy. I have several custom alerts set up using a custom event log that I created and write to, and this is how I had to do it. I have a "dev" machine that I use to create and test alerts and export from there into my policies for my clients.
  10. So i'll be honest. I'm the new IT guy trying to get pulseway up and running on a Linux Archive server and having issues. Forgive my ignorance. These are the errors I get when I type - service pulseway status - into terminal any help is hugely appreciated pulseway.service - Remotely Monitor and Control IT Systems Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/pulseway.service; enabled; vendor preset: Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Wed 2021-12-01 20:35:55 UTC; 4min 59 Process: 15588 ExecStart=/usr/sbin/pulsewayd --no-daemonize (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE) Main PID: 15588 (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE) Dec 01 20:35:55 mf-server systemd[1]: Started Remotely Monitor and Control IT Sy Dec 01 20:35:55 mf-server pulseway[15588]: Starting Pulseway Daemon version 8.8. Dec 01 20:35:55 mf-server pulseway[15588]: Configuration: No 'config' node found Dec 01 20:35:55 mf-server systemd[1]: pulseway.service: Main process exited, cod Dec 01 20:35:55 mf-server systemd[1]: pulseway.service: Failed with result 'exit
  11. Thanks for sharing this query @Randula, I have rasied a support ticket for this request and our team will reach out to you shortly regaridng the same.
  12. @Greg Candido I'm going to guess by now that you've probably have resolved this perhaps with one of the given methods. But I wanted to bump this thread because of another way to accomplish this, which is actually probably easier than the other methods suggested, and it will work well for others needing to run scripts as users. There is a PS module on PSGallery called RunAsUser which allows you do just that. You can very easily implement this and run through Pulseway. As an example, using the same scenario I did above where I wanted to launch Chrome as the user, look how much less work this is lol. ###Check if module is installed and if not, install it### if (!(Get-InstalledModule | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq "RunAsUser" })) { Install-Module RunAsUser -Force } ###Whatever code you want to run as the user### $ScriptBlock = { Start-Process "C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" } Invoke-ASCurrentUser -ScriptBlock $ScriptBlock Adding link to the module for reference: https://github.com/KelvinTegelaar/RunAsUser
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  14. Hi, My objective is to monitor Veeam backup and agent jobs in the most efficient way. Since there's no feature to monitor Veeam backup, the only way I know is to make use of Windows Event logs. When I tried to setup a new policy I found out that Pulseway web app only allows you to monitor "Application, Security and System" event logs. Problem is Veeam event logs are stored in a separate section under Windows event logs (Application & Services logs -> Veeam Backup). So according to my understanding this wouldn't work for Veeam. The other possible way of doing this is to configure to monitor Veeam backup event logs from the Pulseway Manger in a server. Though this would work, implementing this is a repetitive task when there are many servers to be managed. A policy compared to this looks way less time consuming and more easier to manage. What I want to know is there a more efficient way of getting this done other than configuring pulseway manager to monitor Veeam event logs in each server? Thanks, Randula.
  15. Hi all, I've just tried to install poulseway_arm64.deb on a RPi4 with Ubuntu 21.04 ( 5.11.0-1015-raspi ) and get the following error on start Appreciate any suggestions or comments to help troubleshoot.
  16. Happy to help and yes, sorry about that should be reg_sz as you mentioned.
  17. Is there a setting in PSA to turn off the requirement for leaving a note here when resolving a ticket? Seems like it's meant to be optional but it's not for me currently. Thanks
  18. Thanks for your thoughts, please feel free to include your suggestions in our product roadmap so our dev team can prioritize accordingly: https://pulseway.featureupvote.com/
  19. I think this is supposed to be a String rather than DWORD. We don't have an AD environment but I'm still able to use automation within Pulseway to make all of this happen. Thanks @Mark G38for the help!
  20. @Continu IT Solutions That's odd as all Bitdefender issues have been resolved for my instance. You might want to hit up Support in that case.
  21. Yes please add this functionality!
  22. Where are we at with this? I still cannot buy licenses, see my license useage, or deploy bitdefender through PW it's been almost 2 months since the "integration"
  23. My apologies, we do support Windows Server 2008R2 however Windows Server 2008 is not supported. Are you sure that the button is not disabled because of a configuration lock? Also make sure that you can load and use the WindowsServerBackup PowerShell module. If all's ok, you could try to force enable it by running this PowerShell command: Set-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\' -Name 'MonitorWindowsServerBackup' -Value '1' -Paul
  24. Search, filter and quickly find network devices with the new Device List.
  25. For Windows machines, RDP. You can RDP into Linux very nicely as well (Windows 10 allows this from a Windows host to a local Ubuntu Linux VM). There are other choices with advantages and disadvantages, such as VNC, Dameware Remote Control, etc.
  26. Has something changed then - we've got a few legacy 2008R2 boxes and they're all running fine, reporting success/failure through this tab, same version of the pulseway agent on all?
  27. Ta - that's the fallback - had hoped to get it working the same way we have with other 2008r2 boxes
  28. Is there a way to automatically tag computers that have been offline for a certain length of time? If so, would it be possible to remove them so I don't have to scroll through each list?
  29. @JoeS In light of what Paul mentioned, you could set up a custom event log alert to monitor the backups through Pulseway in the meantime.
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