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  1. 10 hours ago, Mark G38 said:

    Apologies.  Don't use the one above.  It DOES work, however, I realized I posted my original version which I realized not long after creating it that if you run it against a machine that already had it ran before, depending on what it's set to, it won't adjust it correctly.  Please use this instead.  I've actually modified this one to look at both x86 and x64 registry paths, as well as being able to enter multiple apps you may want to hide from your users.  I've left mine in as examples.  This will loop through both registry paths, and if the app exists there, will check for SystemComponent and add or modify as necessary.  Let me know if you have any trouble with it. 

    You're the best! Thank you for all your help!

  2. Good morning Pulseway team,

    I came across an issue that was a big oversight and I'm looking to find out if there is a way to not allow an end user to uninstall the Pulseway Manager.

    The story is I had an employee that was having issues with their computer. They assumed that it had to be the Pulseway Manager tool since he's convinced that ever since the tool has been installed he has had a much slower computer. The real reason was his in truck hotspot wasn't giving him the speeds as he was getting in the office... Long story short he uninstalled the Pulseway Manager tool which when he called asking me to "fix his computer" I couldn't because he didn't have the Manager tool installed. 

    My question to all of you is have you ever had an instance where you had an app that you didn't want an end user to uninstall and they did? Is there a way to prevent this from happening or making it so they have to enter a password to uninstall it? I know I could make the user a standard user but that won't work for my instance since our employees need to be an admin to execute scripts (such as changing their IP address to access a modem or such). 

    Thank you,

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