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Mark G38

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  1. A workgroup setup is going to be a bit more tricky, but still mostly doable. Pulseway has an agent deployment via a network probe option as well. You can select 1 machine that has the agent installed already as a probe, and use that machine to scan the network for other machines. At which point you can select the other machines to deploy Pulseway to, and enter necessary credentials, and then it will attempt to deploy to them. There are some caveats to this of course, because it needs access to the \admin$\ share on a machine, which most times, Windows has already defaulted to disabled. So you'd need to psexec to the remote machines (or access the remote machines some other way) and enable it via registry changes. “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System” Set a DWord called LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy and set the value to 1. Reboot. The last option I can think of is build yourself a Batch or PowerShell file that calls the installer using the CLI commands that Pulseway accepts and thus, making it silent after they run PS/Batch file.
  2. You can create "policies" in the Web UI and then push them to all installed clients, hence changing your "configuration". Most things are available in the Web UI. Only very specific subset of things are only configurable on the Manager itself, so you can most likely accomplish what you need from the Web UI, for all your questions.
  3. Hi Jamie, I'm still not seeing this. Do we have an updated ETA when this will be available for everyone?
  4. You are right actually, it is sorting strange on mine too. Also, the API, well, sorry to disappoint, I actually just connected and ran against mine, and filtered for the last_seen_online field, and hilariously enough, if the machine is currently offline, it doesn't display anything in that field, sooooo it's useless lol.
  5. LOL that is strange. Mine seems to sort appropriately last time I checked, but that might have changed haha. Maybe grabbing through API if you're able will yield best results for you.
  6. I've taken 2 steps to this. 1. Create a Global Rule in Pulseway that says if Name or Description contains 21H2, don't install. 21H2 is used by Windows 11. 2. Set registry entries to tell Windows 10 to not update Feature version past 21H1 for now. This can also be done via GPO in a domain environment. BUT - I don't think this stops end users from clicking upgrade if they get a prompt or choose to be curious themselves. I've also sent out communications to my customers explaining that they should not be pressing update to any Windows 11 prompts if they happen to see any lol.
  7. https://pulseway.featureupvote.com/suggestions/202867/attach-files-to-scripts https://pulseway.featureupvote.com/suggestions/202092/monitor-services-through-portal https://pulseway.featureupvote.com/suggestions/203512/system-type-as-workflow-condition
  8. Adding a second reply to this as well. Not sure if you do anything with the API, but you can pull last seen from there as well. It's under the Asset endpoint called last_seen_online. Neither of these are ideal, but a workaround at least.
  9. I've been working in the Pulseway REST API, and first off, I wish there were more endpoints here to work with, however, that said, I'm currently looking at the Automation section of the API, and there is the Get Task Execution section. This clearly states my url /api/v2/automation/executions/:id. My question is, where do I find the execution ID? Putting in the actual task ID returns that a task execution not found. Am I just missing a step or something? I don't see anyway through the API or Web UI to actually get any ID numbers for each task execution.
  10. @UTS Brian Unfortunately, I don't think such a report exists. However, the easiest way I've managed to do this is to go to Account - Manage Systems. Here will show you all the devices and the last column is "Last Seen". It's clickable so you can sort it A-Z/Z-A. I do this from time to time putting the oldest ones at the top.
  11. Oh, I know, but that's why I asked if you were on a domain environment. You could deploy those changes via GPO first. And no problem, glad it worked.
  12. @Jamie Taylor Still don't see it. When can we expect to actually see this feature?
  13. It's disabled by default in Windows. If you're not on a domain where you can use GPO, you have to do this to the registry on each machine. “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System” Set a DWord called LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy and set the value to 1. Reboot. Should do the trick.
  14. @Jamie Taylor When is this rolling out as I do not see it yet?
  15. Does the info provided above not help you? If not, shoot me a PM, I'll help you out.
  16. Not yet unfortunately. I've had a ticket open with support for almost 3 weeks now. They did fix the ability to click install, but still can't select the EDR module.
  17. You could try using workflows under Automation now. Especially if you are trying to do something when a system is registered. Set up a workflow with conditions you can match to specific clients, and then have that workflow add the tag.
  18. Nothing major this time around lol. But just 2, hopefully simpler ideas that would help save time in navigating the UI as well as running scripts. Added both under the scripting section. The ability to select multiple machines and run a script against them on the fly without having to tag them or create a scope and run a task. When a task is completed and you are viewing the results, it would be awesome if you could click the machine and go right to it from there. It's a little cumbersome to be viewing the results of a task, specifically looking at ones that failed, and then having to click out of the report and go drill down to each failed machine.
  19. I am seeing the same issue, along with 2-3 other issues around this. I was told they will be fixing the issues by end of week.
  20. @Paul I am also unable to install. I pick Bitdefender and choose the company, check off the options (which btw, will not allow me to select EDR even though I pay for EDR), but then when I try and click Install, the mouse just turns to a denied symbol basically. I also looked under Server Admin - Configurations and see no setting that would disable manual AV install. In fact, I've never seen this under that section, ever. I went back and reviewed my policies as well as making sure there was nothing under AV policy section either.
  21. Hey Jamie, Editing my post. I've found where this is at, but I have Bitdefender through Pulseway deployed on my clients, but this was before any integration. How do I get my current ones to link up and show in Pulseway? Also, are we able to make Bitdefender policies in the Policies section of Antivirus?
  22. Yep, I actually do the same thing. But it's just one more extra step that shouldn't be needed. They already pull the type of system so we should be able to just use that lol.
  23. There currently is not, but that is the biggest thing that I have written out about scripting in the below linked thread. I also have a feature request in. The idea behind this would be you can set Site level or Script level custom fields and be able to reference them in your scripts, to do exactly what you are talking about. https://pulseway.featureupvote.com/suggestions/189283/more-robust-input-and-site-variables
  24. You are allowed to disagree! lol. But, let me further explain. I work in a number of other RMM platforms. One of which I am very fond of. (Shall not be named here). What I'd like to see is, the ability to adjust a specific threshold on a device level. In other words, I have a policy let's just say across ALL Servers. Standard Server policy and I have it set to I dunno, say alert at 15% disk space for the sake of argument. But now, I have 1 or maybe 2 servers at different client locations that are perpetually lower than that for "good" reasons and right now, adding more disk space isn't an option. I want to adjust it to 5% alert for them. I do believe this should be doable as an "exception" on the site or device level. The reason behind this is as your client count grows, the more base policies you have maintain, the harder it becomes to make sure things remain uniform. If I have to have 3 Policies right now, just to handle "Standard Server Policy/Alerts" + 2 more that are essentially exactly the same except tweaking one alert, imagine when you get hundreds of clients and have to start making adjustments? That's potentially hundreds of policies to manage. Now, when you want to add a new custom alert or make a change to your "base" policy, you have to do it xxx times over, because you have a separate one for each just because of an exception needed. On a larger scale, this becomes incredibly cumbersome. It is kind of like layering policies but still being able to set exclusions on a site/device level . And again, in this other RMM, you can do that. You have you "Global" policies that apply to all, but you can also create specific Site level policies as well along with exceptions, etc.
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