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  1. I'm echoing Kyle's question, as I'm also curious about documentation for this..
  2. I just noticed this myself.. I assume they are listed as "others" in the pie chart at the top, but they are not shown in the list. EDIT: This applies to regular "Asset"-reports as well, and presumably others too.
  3. I have configured Email-notifications in our environment, and we receive notifications like these (see picture below) when we exceed the license limit. EDIT: Configured via Pulseway -> Server Admin -> Settings -> Email -> Server settings
  4. Hey guys! In case you're not already aware, I wanted to share a little trick that was recently added in Pulseway.. You can assign Site Key Codes to agent groups and let Pulseway automatically install Webroot on all clients that are added to that specific agent group. It has been working flawlessly for me and I don't have to copy/paste or worry about Webroot missing on any workstation or server. I also agree that fetching the key-codes from Webroot and show them (or at least show the webroot group name) in a drop down-menu would make it even easier to manage!
  5. I noticed last week that they recently added a "Request feature"-button on the What's new tab in Pulseway.. It seems to be a voting-system where customers can upvote features they want/need, add comments and the Pulseway staff can also add different tags depending on development status etc.
  6. I have installed a probe on a couple of computers+servers in our environment, and they only find clients within the same subnet. I'm able to ping devices in other subnets and access them with SMB-shares etc, but they are not found with a single probe.
  7. It's available in version 8.4.0 now! I had to open Pulseway preferences on the machine and go into System -> Remote Control and enable it first. It's also necessary give the PulsewayAgent three different permissions within the security and integrity section of the system settings. I've tried it a few times and it seems to be working fine. The screen updates seems a bit sluggish but that might be because the machine is on wifi, and it's also in beta which may explain things. I love the fact that we are also able to transfer files back and forth. @Paul - Do you have any news to share if the enable remote control process on Mac will become easier further down the road? I'm more specifically thinking about enabling remote control on the agent using policies from the webGUI. Thanks, and well done implementing this!
  8. This may not be entirely related, but I'd like the possibility to insert hostname in the email-notification that can be sent in an automation workflow.. Currently there is no easy way of knowing which computer the workflow was triggered on, except scrolling through the workflow history which might be a tedious task. I guess this could be achieved if we were able to insert custom fields like %pulseway.hostname% or whatever.
  9. If you expect an email- or push notification to be sent whenever the monitored process or service is stopped, then you also need to enable notifications on your Pulseway user account before they will be sent. Login to Pulseway and open Account -> Notifications and make sure that you have enabled the corresponding notification level on either the organization or it's sub sites / groups. Also make sure either/or Email and Push are enabled at the top of that screen.
  10. I don't know why they set it up this way, but you need to enable the corresponding notification in order for the workflows to be triggered. I had the same issue with a workflow that was supposed to trigger when a system is back online, and I had to enable the policy setting: "Send a notification when the computer is offline" in order for it to work. I would imagine that you also need to enable "Send a notification when a user logs in with priority x" in order for your second workflow to work properly. Honestly, I think this implementation is stupid.. I like the idea of having workflows, but I hate the fact that we need to enable notifications because it also means that they will be sent via email if you have that setup in your environment. In my particular case, you can't adjust the notification priority so an email will be sent each time the system goes offline or online (quite frankly, I don't care, but the workflow task does in order to function).
  11. I'm distributing all of our printers via GPO instead.. That's been working flawlessly, so I don't see the needs of using PowerShell.
  12. Maybe this is helpful.. I ran this script in Pulseway to remove Solarwinds N-Central RMM a while back. It won't uninstall all the software solutions you mention, but it might put you one step closer if you replace some of the code with updated uninstall strings etc. $installstate = Get-Item -path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{940B905A-92ED-4646-B38B-321F80873C37}' -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue if ($installstate -eq $null) { Write-Host 'N-Central Uninstall Registry, was not found and might already be removed.' exit } else { Write-Host 'Uninstalling Ncentral RMM Agent' Start-Process MsiExec.exe '/X{940B905A-92ED-4646-B38B-321F80873C37} /qn' Start-Sleep -s 30 $program = 'Windows Agent' $program2 = 'Ncentral RMM Agent' Write-Host 'Verifying uninstallation...' $32bit = ((Get-ChildItem "HKLM:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall") | Where-Object { $_.GetValue( "DisplayName" ) -like "*$program*" } ).Length -gt 0; $64bit = ((Get-ChildItem "HKLM:\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall") | Where-Object { $_.GetValue( "DisplayName" ) -like "*$program*" } ).Length -gt 0; if ($32bit -eq $False -and $64bit -eq $False) { Write-Host "$program2 were uninstalled successfully." } Write-Host 'Deleting N-Central registry keys...' $Reg1 = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\N-able Technologies' if ($Reg1 -eq $True) { Remove-Item 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\N-able Technologies' -Recurse $Reg1v = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\N-able Technologies' Write-Host 'Registry key 1 still present?' $Reg1v } else { Write-Host 'Registry key 1 did not exist and will be ignored.' } $Reg2 = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N-able Technologies Inc. Windows Agent' if ($Reg2 -eq $True) { Remove-Item 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N-able Technologies Inc. Windows Agent' -Recurse $Reg2v = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N-able Technologies Inc. Windows Agent' Write-Host 'Registry key 2 still present?' $Reg2v } else { Write-Host 'Registry key 2 did not exist and will be ignored.' } $Reg3 = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent' if ($Reg3 -eq $True) { Remove-Item 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent' -Recurse $Reg3v = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent' Write-Host 'Registry key 3 still present?' $Reg3v } else { Write-Host 'Registry key 3 did not exist and will be ignored.' } $Reg4 = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent Maintenance' if ($Reg4 -eq $True) { Remove-Item 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent Maintenance' -Recurse $Reg4v = Test-Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\N-able Technologies Windows Agent Maintenance' Write-Host 'Registry key 4 still present?' $Reg4v } else { Write-Host 'Registry key 4 did not exist and will be ignored.' } } start-sleep s 30 Remove-Item "C:\Program Files (x86)\N-able Technologies" -recurse $installstate2 = Get-Item -path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{940B905A-92ED-4646-B38B-321F80873C37}' -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue if ($installstate2 -eq $null) { Write-Host "$program2 was successfully uninstalled." exit }
  13. Completely agree! Allthough the timeout can be lengthened now, it's still a big issue that we can't whitelist our browser. I turned on 2FA recently and I have to login to the WebGUI and Remote Control approximately twice a day. Extending the timeout even further doesn't seem like a good workaround. Also, please consider SAML-support, as mentioned earlier in this thread. We have ADFS and Smart Cards in our environment which we could then use to login to Pulseway.
  14. According to the Pulseway Roadmap, Remote Control will be integrated within the WebGUI instead of a stand alone app. It is estimated to be released during Q2 2020. Hopefully we'll see that update arriving soon, and I imagine that it will become much easier to initiate chat messages and then remote control the user when everything is managed from the same place.
  15. Unfortunately, Pulseway doesn't support Swedish characters within scripts at this point in time (I'd love to see that in the future though). However there's a way around it.. You can use ASCII-code instead of letters. I did this with a script recently in order to create a scheduled task, and it's working fine. Replace the following: $group = "Administrators" With: $group = [char]065+[char]100+[char]109+[char]105+[char]110+[char]105+[char]115+[char]116+[char]114+[char]097+[char]116+[char]246+[char]114+[char]101+[char]114 (The ASCII code above says Administratörer. Please note that putting the code within quotation marks will store the ASCII-code itself, which we don't want in this case)
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