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  1. Bumping this ticket. I can't believe that's not an option yet. Still looking to see the currently active user in the dashboard to track down devices.
  2. Hello Just wanted to bump this again. Are there any plans to add more actions to the Exchange module?
  3. While 8.4 does offer some automation, it's really not a good way to schedule scripts (unless I am missing something) I am looking for a way to schedule a script at a later time. For example, if I wanted to reboot a server at 2am. Or I want to run a disk check, but not during work hours, so I schedule it for 4am. All that's needed is to add a scheduler instead of just a "run now" option. I hope this is still something that is considered.
  4. Hello Currently only 2 options are All Tickets and My Tickets. Could you add a "Open Tickets" view? Ideally, we could create our own filters, but currently tickets are not sorted by date, so I can have a dozen closed tickets, before coming across 1 open one.
  5. Are you planning on adding mouse support for the new iOS cursor support inside a remote control session? Would be nice to have support of the cursor rather than having to drag the windows cursor around?
  6. I like this idea too. Especially remote control with one click would be great.
  7. I often have to enable and disable mailbox forwarding for users in Exchange. Right now the only way to do this is via Exchange itself. I'd love to see this functionality added to the Pulseway client so I can go this on the go.
  8. It would be good to be able to set a schedule when executing a script from a device. For example, if I wanted to schedule a script to run at night. This script would be scheduled on a per device basis. An example would be scheduling a reboot script for a server in the middle of the night. I don't want to have to create tasks to run these. Instead, I would go to the device to run a script the same way I would run a script now, but with an option to schedule this script for a later time and date.
  9. We should be able to set a default patch policy for all new systems rather than "no policy" to ensure systems will start getting patched when added to Pulseway.
  10. I'd like to be able to create tasks that will execute when a new system is first seen. These tasks will only need to run once, but should trigger when a system is added to Pulseway. For example, we have some security settings that we are deploying and right now we have to manually execute these tasks on new systems (and try to remember). There should be an option to "Run once" when scheduling tasks.
  11. Often times when client calls in they don't know their computer name. We would like to see the currently logged in user right in the dashboard to identify the correct computer.
  12. Thanks Calin, but it doesn’t quite cover my concerns. The notification is for critical and important, but maybe I am overlooking something. However this won’t help the fact that windows defender updates will continue to bring down my patch score. ill give hiding the update a try. Thanks for the tip.
  13. Hi Richard I am not sure if you had head from Pulseway already. I believe one of the issues with scripting in Pulseway is that results for each device cannot be combined into one single report. I could be wrong, but right now the way I do scripting is by exiting my scripts with an error code whenever something is "found". For example, if I am looking for a certain piece of software, then I will exit my script with "Exit 1", which will then trigger a notification. But this is far from consolidating all results in to a single report. I think in that respect Labtech was fantastic. It ha
  14. Thank you Martin for this. I had a few devices that were always failing to install Webroot and it wasn't made clear before that you could manually install them as you described. I just installed the Webroot agent, then issued the Install command from Pulseway and all is well. To be honest, I wish there was a little bit more information why an install failed in the first place, as I had no issues at all installing it manually.
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