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  1. BartB

    Unattended installation for .msi

    There should be no slash in front of ALLUSERS=1: msiexec /i https://www.pulseway.com/download/Pulseway_x64.msi /qn ALLUSERS=1 username=UUU password=PPP group=GGG server=SSS /L*v PulsewayInstall.log Found that out after a couple of hours fighting with the script. And any values that have a space for the username, pass, or server need to be in quotes. And in case anyone is interested, this is the syntax for using Chocolatey to install the agent, and passing custom arguments to the installer: choco install pulseway --ia "'ALLUSERS=1 username=xxx password=xxx group=""xxx xxx"" server=""xxx.xxx.xxx"" /L*v ""C:\Support\PulsewayInstall_%COMPUTERNAME%.log""'" You need quotes around the server name, because of the periods, and yes, the odd double quoting after --ia is needed, per Chocolatey documentation. I have tested this and it works perfectly in my environment.
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    warrantymaster.com

    I entered "https://my.pulseway.com" and it worked for me, and I have a Pro account. Took some time to start collecting data though.
  3. Other RMM tools, like LabTech deal with this issue by having a 2nd service that watches the 1st service ad makes sure it is running. Have you guys considered something like that with Pulseway?
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    Error while registering computer:SOAP 1.1 fault

    Still having this issue on my Debian server: The server info: Description: Debian GNU/Linux unstable (sid) Release: unstable Codename: sid Linux albacore 4.9.0-3-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.30-2 (2017-06-12) x86_64 GNU/Linux Please let me know if more info is required. Thanks, Bart
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    New Trialist - Some Questions

    I'm guessing that after all this time, there will be no exports posted. Too bad, it would make it much easier to get started, or to expand current functionality.
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    Debian 8 x64 agent Ping error

    Sent! Thanks Mark.
  7. BartB

    Debian 8 x64 agent Ping error

    OK, the XML tag was just an idea. Thanks for confirming it's not a problem, Paul. No, there are no errors relating to ping in the syslog. The only errors in syslog relating to pulseway involve SOAP and SSL: Apr 29 06:45:36 albacore pulseway: Error while registering computer:SOAP 1.1 fault: SOAP-ENV:Client[no subcode]#012"SSL_ERROR_SSL#012error:1409442E:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert protocol version"#012Detail: SSL_connect error in tcp_connect() Apr 29 06:46:56 albacore pulseway: Error while registering computer:Error 30 fault: SOAP-ENV:Client[no subcode]#012"SSL/TLS error"#012Detail: [no detail] I've posted about this issue in another topic, and I'm pretty sure it's not related to ping issues. Any other ideas why ping is not working?
  8. BartB

    Error while registering computer:SOAP 1.1 fault

    This error is happening on my server constantly, with most recently just a little while ago, when I restarted the pulseway service on my Debian server. Apr 27 12:16:18 xxxxxxx pulseway[18797]: Error while registering online:SOAP 1.1 fault: SOAP-ENV:Client[no subcode] "SSL_ERROR_SSL error:1409442E:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert protocol version"...
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    Debian 8 x64 agent Ping error

    I'm getting an error in the Ping status on my Linux server, running Debian 8 (Linux x86_64 3.16.0-4-amd64 according to the agent info) It says there is an error, but there are no details on what the error is. When I manually ping 8.8.8.8 from the Command Line, it works fine, both from the server itself and from the Webapp terminal. Here are the relevant lines from the config file: <!--Ping - Server: server IP address or hostname--> <Ping Server="8.8.8.8" Enabled="true"/> I checked the sample config file, which I copied and edited for my needs, and I noticed there is no </Ping> statement. Most other sections have a starting statement and a closing statement: i.e.: <MonitoredPorts> </MonitoredPorts> Could that be the problem? I also can see that there is a background process with the ping command: root@xxxxxxx ~ # ps aux | grep ping root 16329 0.0 0.0 8464 756 ? S 12:03 0:00 ping 8.8.8.8 So the system is at least trying to ping, but maybe the Pulseway agent is not capturing the output. Any ideas/suggestions/fixes?
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    Run a Script

    Currently Rules only allow you to run a Scheduled Task on demand. It would be nice to just be able to run a script, like batch or powershell, instead of having to create a Sched Task that runs that script.
  11. BartB

    CrashPlan monitoring

    I would like to request that CrashPlan backup monitoring be added to Pulseway.
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