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  3. Hi @dbeckwitt, You will need to update the count of currently active Ping monitoring under that registry key. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Count
  4. This seems to be back again...
  5. It's highly recommended to install 1903 before you install KES 10 SP2 MR3. -Paul
  6. Hi Jon, Did you get this working after? Could we have one script that checks the uptime of all the server then alerts? Thanks.
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  8. Seems simple enough.. use 'script 1' to generate a 'key' file right before reboot. On reboot, monitor for that file > if it exists, run your 2nd script (which deletes the 'key' file before termination)
  9. I've written a script to scan the network and insert all existing active IP addresses to the proper location in the registry, however Pulseway manager doesn't pick that up (even on service restart). Where do I need to insert those changes? Sample script below- It relys on a txt file for a list of active IP's (generated separately) cls # Remove any existing registry entries $ExistingKeys = Get-ChildItem "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\" | Select-Object -expand Name $Count = 0 ForEach ($Key in $ExistingKeys){ Remove-Item "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" $Count++ } #Load List of IP's to monitor and insert values into registry $IPList = Get-Content "C:\updates\IPList.txt" $Count = 0; foreach ($IP in $IPList) { New-Item "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count"; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("Address") -Type String -Value $IP; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("AliasName") -Type String -Value "Camera $Count"; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("Priority1") -Type String -Value 2; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("Priority2") -Type String -Value 1; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("ResponseMinutes") -Type String -Value 1; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("ResponseTime") -Type String -Value 300; Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\DevicesPingResponses\Device$Count" -Name ("UseAlias") -Type String -Value 0; $Count++ } exit 0;
  10. Hi @JCourtney, Please send an email to support@pulseway.com requesting this? Add some details regarding your Pulseway server and we might be able to create this list for you.
  11. @Paul Are there any issues of doing this? Uninstall KES 10 SP1 M3 / REBOOT INSTALL KES 10 SP2 MR3 INSTALL WIN 10 1903?
  12. Is there any easy way to see which agents haven't communicated in 60 days? Need to clean up some computers that got replaced, etc. I didn't know if there was a report that could be generated or if there was already that functionality built into the web app. What is the best procedure to free up agent licenses and remove non-communicating agents?
  13. Hi @Asso4Trick, I have enabled the audit logging on your account. Please let us know if this happens again. Also, if your system can be started by moving the mouse, then it is possible that your system was started when mouse was moved due to any reason.
  14. Not sure how to find the version info for the pulseway app on windows 10 mobile. But I did find the OS version
  15. Thanks, can you tell me the version of the Pulseway app and the OS version? -Paul
  16. @gpedro, Please send an email to support@pulseway.com and include the information regarding your system, syslog entries related to Pulseway and config.xml file.
  17. Try uninstalling the Windows Phone app and installing it again, it should ask you for credentials and re-register. -Paul
  18. Hi @jmorris, Please do one test: Does it trigger the notification for the second switch, if you delete the notification for the first switch and then trigger the second notification for the second switch?
  19. Hi @XxLilBoPeepsxX, Please send an email to support@pulseway.com and include the information regarding your system, syslog entries related to Pulseway and config.xml file.
  20. Hi @Varinder, If you want to run the application in users session with GUI, then you will need to use the PsExec to do that. However if you want to start the service in user session, then you might do it using powershell after you have enabled the Powershell Impersonation using required user account.
  21. I have tried so far closing the app, signing in and out, restarting the phone and reinstalling the app. None of it worked. If I delete an webapp instance and login again from that location it immediately shows up again, so it has something to do with the windows phone app. Thanks for the help.
  22. Hi there, This usually happens when you delete a device while the app is still open. Try to close the app (force close if you must) and then open it again or sign out of the app and sign-in again so it re-registers. -Paul
  23. I changed phones recently and the new app says: 'This device is pending approval. Login to the WebApp and approve it from the account devices page.' If I got to https://my.pulseway.com/main/account/devices there is no device to approve. Am I doing something wrong?
  24. If the service is not the Pulseway service itself then you can use: Restart-Service "ServiceName" -Paul
  25. Is there a script to stop and restart a service? I see a script where you can stop a service but I need a script to stop and then restart a service. Thank you
  26. Has there been any word on whether offline asset information will ever be visible without having to run a report? I think this is a critical feature. Like other tools, I think all information should remain displayed when the system is offline (with the understanding it is not realtime, but archived from when it was last online) rather than everything disappearing when the system goes offline. Also, I'm not sure if others have noticed this, but after a system is offline for more than a couple of hours, the status now changes to "Offline" instead of showing Offline and the time that it has been offline. Was this a change in the latest update? I seem to recall always seeing how long systems were offline in the past.
  27. Here is a Batch script to empty the SoftwareDistribution Folder. It stops any installer processes in the background, temporarily disables the Windows Update Service, deletes everything in the Software Distribution folder then sets the Windows update service back to automatic and starts the service. @echo off CD C:\ taskkill /F /im setup.exe taskkill /F /im ose00000.exe taskkill /F /im msiexec.exe sc config wuauserv start= disabled net stop wuauserv PowerShell.exe Remove-Item C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\* -Force -Recurse sc config wuauserv start= demand net start wuauserv
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