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Martin Stevnhoved

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  • Birthday 09/05/1978

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  1. Hi Pulseway, I would like the possibility to add monitoring for Public Ports. The Pulseway Agent could ask the Pulseway server to test for open ports at the Public IP. I would also like a boolean value, so we could decide if we want a notification, if the port is open or closed. --- Summed up, I would like to monitor if some critical ports are open from the public IP, like SSH, RDP, etc. and get notified if they are. Of course I could write a Plugin the is based on a webservice, but it would be more smooth, with a build in feature. --- Br, Matin.
  2. Aha, now I understand! The report does not execute the report, but just uses the last execution history. I don't think it is the best approach, because we should then double-schedule to create a report. But I now understand it works. Perhaps you should rename the template to "Last Task Execution Report", to be less misleading.
  3. +1 for Exchange Online, Azure AD, Azure SQL, etc. +1 for an updated Azure module. :-)
  4. Hi. It would be amazing if all reports had a "Generate individual reports for each organization" option. Then we could just schedule a single report for "all systems" and get individual reports for each customer. The alternative is to set up individual reports scoped for each customer. And as a bonus remember to set up new reports every time a new customer is onboarded. :-)
  5. Hi Mark. That was also was I understood was happening. I was just asking if it was the expected behavior, and I now understand it is. For me it was just more intuitive if the scope was inherited from the report to the task. If you don't run a task directly (or by schedule) what would be the idea of running it on an other subset then the report does. For me the best practice would be to let the scope be inherit, or just drop the scope selection on the report. But it was just my thoughts. :-)
  6. You can see the opposite example in the report in your announcement. Here you have executed the report for "all systems" but the task is scoped for "www". In my example, it is the other way around.
  7. Wau @Paul, that's amazing! But to make it all perfect, here are some improvement ideas, that could be configured on the report. * Skip/ignore/hide scripts/task that doesn't generate output. * Skip/ignore/hide scripts/tasks with Exit Code 0. Thumbs up! Martin. And a tiny question @Paul. :-) I have made a report scoped for a subset for systems, based on a task scoped for "All Systems", The report does only contains reports for the subset of systems, but the frontpage says "All Systems" and indicates that it has also been executed on all systems. Is that expected behaviour? Br, Martin.
  8. How does others work around this limitation for application support teams?
  9. If a user (in a team) only has Read-only access to a system, the user also only have view-only Remote Desktop access. We would like read-only users to have full access to Remote Desktop. Application supports should not be able to manage the server If you don't like to change that behaviour, you could implement a setting on the Remote Desktop module to allow read-only users full access to user-accepted Remote Desktop access sessions
  10. Hi. I am trying to make a read-only team. It should have access to all devices like te "Administrators" team, but just read-only. I can set the access level for all individual organizations, but when we create new organizations i have to updates the teams access level for this organizations. If the Access level editor has a top-level "All Organizations" where it is possible to set the acces level for inherance to all organizations. Could that be possible?
  11. Hi Paul, Internally we have 70-100 workstations that has bitlocker enabled. Plus that an increasing number of our customer are using bitlocker. Several times every month end users are reporting that they are prompted for bitlocker recovery password at boot. When we are at the office is it simple for us to log on to the domain controller at find the password. But if the request comes when we are offsite or outside business hours, it would be very helpful to look up the password in Pulseway on the domain controllers AD server module, and sendt it by email or text message. Of course we can make a script, but it would be more convenient if the password could be looked up and sendt from Pulseway. We could also solve it by writing our own plugin. But here we are missing the option of sending a text as mail/sms/share from the Pulseway app.
  12. Hi again @Paul. How does CanSendNotifications work together with notificationIdentifier?
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