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  1. I was just going to post this. It is a bit silly that we can't do bulk actions on that page, hopefully we're just missing something.
  2. Hi Chris, we would like to +1 this. It would be really good to see some development attention in the SNMP area. This is a critical portion of MSP monitoring which it looks like Pulseway is really trying to break into.
  3. Hi Paul, I just wanted to add a +1 on creating this ability in the future. Service monitoring and restarting is a very basic thing that we need to setup for nearly all of our clients, and with most other RMM tools this is very easy to do. Pulseway can do it, as you've said, but it is far from quick and easy.
  4. Not to pester you guys, but an alternative to Kaspersky is very important to us as well. Webroot would be great.
  5. We're on the MSP plan and believe this is particularly applicable to this market segment.
  6. We are an MSP, and it would be great if we could give our clients remote desktop access to their systems. A username/password combination that only had permissions to a specific machine and no access to the dashboard or agent.
  7. I know this post is a bit dated but I would like to +1 it. MAX Focus RMM or whatever its called these days had similar features. We don't need complete control over mobile devices, but would be great if we could perform a remote wipe and possibly GPS track. Nice to haves would be an installed App list and screen capture.
  8. It would be nice if we could view a global list of software with number of installations, and could uninstall software from that list. Or simply uninstall by group, similar to how the Windows Update feature works.
  9. We also use RepairShopr and would love to see integration.
  10. We would also love this! The eye candy alone would be a great sales tactic.
  11. We use SNMP to monitor network devices. It would be awesome if we could setup a line or bar graph for SNMP queries so that we can graph the CPU, RAM, and bandwidth of routers and switches. Also, if the integer output could have commas, it would be easier to read higher number values (readouts are often in KB). Another great thing would be SNMP based alerts. So we could set a min/max value for SNMP to trigger an alert. IE, if the router goes about 80% CPU usage for 5 cycles.
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