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  1. Hi @farsidetech,

    Have you tried to run the same command locally on your system to import config file? Is it successful?


    "C:\Program Files\Pulseway\PCMonitorManager.exe /config=C:\IT\updatedDomainSettings.pcmcfg /configpassword=auto@2017"


    If it is successful, then try to use the following line in your powershell script:

    cmd.exe /c '"C:\Program Files\Pulseway\PCMonitorManager.exe /config=C:\IT\updatedDomainSettings.pcmcfg /configpassword=auto@2017"'

  2. Hi @amol,

    Thank you for contacting us. If the antivirus solution was deployed via Pulseway, then you can do it from the Pulseway WebApp -> Antivirus -> Agent status page.

    However if the AV solution is not deployed via Pulseway, then this task will be very hard or almost impossible if antivirus provider doesn't support this option, because all Antivirus applications is protected against all removal attempts. And only possible removal can be done by using tools which are built by Antivirus provider. 

  3. Hi @Chris1992,

    If you have configured the PowerShell impersonation in Pulseway, then all PowerShell scripts via Pulseway will be executed using account Pulseway, which is shown into the image. Does that account has full access rights to the C:\Program Files\Pulseway\ folder on that particular system to execute the script?

  4. Hi @JamesP,

    Please send us on support@pulseway.com the file which is detected as a threat and also add the image showing all details regarding this detection from the KES reports section. And we will submit the request to Kaspersky to analyze that file and white-list it if it doesn't represent any threats. 


  5. Hi @Chris1992,

    Another option in this case would be create a script on your Synology storage which would run on schedule and report required parameters to Pulseway via REST API. If you will chose to use the REST API to monitor this instance, then you will be able to register it as separate system using REST API. For more details regarding the REST API for Pulseway, please check out the following link.

    Let us know if you have any further questions regarding this.

  6. Hi @spicysupport, @Cyb3rBlitzX

    The computer name can be changed from the terminal via the Pulseway WebApp using the following instructions.

    Note: reboot is required to apply these changes:

    And then you will need to update the Computer name into the Pulseway WebApp by executing this command:

    Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\Software\MMSOFT Design\PC Monitor\" -Name ComputerName -Value ""

    Regarding NetBIOS name changes - you may create the script which will run locally by the Windows scheduler and this script will check whether the NetBIOS name was changed and if it was, then it may send notification to the Pulseway using this plugin 'Notification Bridge'.


  7. Hi @Spicy Support,

    Currently this option is available for PowerShell scripts if the PowerShell impersonation is configured from the Pulseway Manager -> Settings -> Runtime on the remote system on which this script will run.

    Note: this script will still be executed in session zero with no GUI.

    Alternatively you may deploy PsExec on your systems to interact with user session with GUI. For more details abut this, please check out this post:





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