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Gregory Candido

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  1. You can create GPO (Google it) to not allow Windows Update to run over a certain version. between Pulseway and my GPO, our systems are not updating.
  2. Would this be correct? I would assume if they come 22H2 in the future we would need to create a global rule for that as well. Since this is a global rule this means it will apply to all my tenant's machines? Greg
  3. If I enable PowerShell User Impersonation, what username and password would I use? An administrator service account or would I enter the end users account? Let me give you more insight what I am trying to do. I have little to no knowledge when it comes to scripting. I just keep trying until I succeed. I created a script in PW that updates an application we have called ndOffice. This scripts works perfectly. However after the update I want the program to start because it will ask the user to sign into the application after each update. Right now after I run my script to install the new update, I have to manually go into Windows --> Programs and launch the application. I tried the user impersonation but that does work when I entered an administrator service account and try to run the script again. Anything you can think that I am doing wrong. The scripts work if I open PS on the user computer and manually type the command below. Script 1: $env:Path += 'C:\Program Files (x86)\NetDocuments\ndOffice\ndOffice.exe"' & 'C:\Program Files (x86)\NetDocuments\ndOffice\ndOffice.exe' Script 2: Start-Process 'C:\Program Files (x86)\NetDocuments\ndOffice\ndOffice.exe' Thoughts or next steps.
  4. Please add this. Splashtop already has this. Makes using my iPad much better.
  5. I'm trying to start an application that will start via PS script. I create pulseway script using Windows Powershell to run this command but I can't get the application to start. $env:Path += "C:\Program Files (x86)\NetDocuments\ndOffice\ndOffice.exe" & "C:\Program Files (x86)\NetDocuments\ndOffice\ndOffice.exe" However if I go to the remote computer, open Windows Powershell and run these commands the application opens as desired. All my other scripts I have work on this computer, so I'm executing it correctly. Please advise. Greg
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