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TimStark

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  1. Update, I don't get it, it just seems to throw the same error sporadically: C:\IT\System\Additional\Plugins\Pulseway>NotificationBridge.exe -p 2 -t "hello" -r Pulseway refused the notification. I have cleared all notifications and tried again, same deal. Paul, could you weigh in as to what is happening, is there a limit?
  2. Update, during install we have added a taskkill of the service just before adding the reg entries this has now worked fine on automated installations. I suspect the 3 workstations may have a corrupt pulseway installation as no matter what we do we cannot get the manager to see the plugins. Also for anyone that sees the refusal message, this is due to the lack of -r in the arguments, it seems to treat every notification as identical even thought the text is different.
  3. Is this plugin broken? I have just implemented this, first two tests with my free (test) account worked fine, now it says "Pulseway refused the notification." On our licensed server this does not work at all: "There was no endpoint listening at net.pipe://localhost/NotificationBridge that could accept the message. This is often caused by an incorrect address or SOAP action. See InnerException, if present, for more details." I have confirmed that the plugin is installed correctly and the 3 workstations have Pulseway running. (I have also tried adding the plugin manually via man
  4. This function used to exist, however it was buggy and the order was not always correct (eg last online) - We had previously reported this and it was simply removed altogether! This needs to be added back in, and checkbox should also be added to the screen to remove multiple. (Maybe this way we won't have a constant email telling us we need to pay for more subscriptions!) - if the above is too time-consuming for your devs a simple search box would assist your customers. At this stage is seems it's intentionally difficult to remove devices from the manage systems screen (something we a
  5. The web portal requiring 2FA when it times out is slowly going to make me rage Also, why does the android application not throw a notification when 2FA is triggered, this should be easy to code in with Yes or No buttons in the status bar.
  6. Very good question, I have spoken to multiple people who all so very different in terms of accents (Polish, Indian, American) Be good to understand where the support centres are for call timing etc...
  7. Martin, My hope is that they migrate the android application to windows (not a hard task may I add, the code is clearly universal as it works on Iphone){or post the source for the windows 10 app for us developers to play with} Just seems like the team is biting off more than they can chew (with new features etc...)
  8. I always thought of the Dashboard app as something you put on a TV and use it as a quick eye on for any outstanding issues (at least that's how we use it, 50" TV on the wall with the dashboard on it [micro pc]) The Windows 10 application is what we use at our desks, and the android app on phones, maybe this may help you meanwhile? (your dispatcher could easily check through the notifications - you can order by date and priority) @Chris - The windows 10 app needs a much-needed overhaul asap, why not port over the Android app as this is pretty much perfect?
  9. Also, this has already been asked and discussed (Nothing had come of it, I personally thought my idea was a perfect compromise)
  10. Still waiting on this, the notification just needs to change colour to blue and say (Resolved - The system has only got 23GB remaining etc.....) At no point should this automatically cleared as stated above, this defeats the point of having these notifications (but they should be smart enough to tell you when they are resolved)
  11. Admins, Any update on above, we are still missing scripts and tasks in the win10 app not to mention basic search functions. The android app notifications are annoying, seems like it will vibrate for all severities, I only care about critical notifications for example. I've had to change how your OSname reg entry is used, we need to see more information and be able to search for people via IP. so I wrote a system assistant application to change certain reg keys on the fly: Would be good to have a field in the registry that we could utilise like this please, and a
  12. Please add this back in, I see no reason as to why this wouldn't be an option. A scenario we had was: Laptop was stolen on a train, we made a script to kill the machine and remove all crucial data. the thief was stupid enough to start the laptop on the wifi, however, we missed this as it was 3am, with this option the script could have killed the machine as soon as it came online. (not to mention send us the ip of the network) I know encryption and tracking modules are the answer to the above issue, however, we don't want to hand over a fully working machine to a thief!
  13. Paul, Thanks for your responce, · Scratch the branding we now pay for the newer license. · The DPI switcher in windows either makes it too big or too small, changing with registry hacks makes it even worse as the dashboard app does not scale properly. Therefore I think native scaling from the app itself would be perfect. · Custom scaling needs to be native as the way windows does it is terrible. Needs to be granular from 100% to 200% (Title of group size + actual size of coloured indicators and name of system)
  14. Admins, Any news on any of this? We are looking at expanding our licenses to cover the whole company, so a response on some of these would be great. Thank you,
  15. Allowing non enterprise users to brand the Pulseway dashboard would be fantastic, we unfortunately don't have the need for enterprise at this time. Tim
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