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  1. Gabor

    RDP on Ubuntu

    Pulseway remote desktop is not available for Linux. It's for Windows and MacOS Catalina for now.
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    Custom Titles

    We have updated our Knowledgebase with an article regarding this matter. I hope it will help! https://intercom.help/pulseway/en/articles/4523339-hosting-3rd-party-patching-msi-files-on-public-cloud-storage-providers
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    Error 1001

    Hi, This error occurs due to the improper installation of the agent. I would suggest performing the below steps to remove the Pulseway Registry and reinstall from the fresh installer: 1., Stop the "PC Monitor Service", delete the same using the below commands (Please use these commands as the administrator through the elevated terminal to stop and un-register the Pulseway service:) net stop "PC Monitor" sc delete "PC Monitor" 2., Delete Pulseway folder exists in the C:\Program files\Pulseway and then open the registry by using Regedit command in the search tab and check whether MM
  4. Hi, This would be a quick way of doing it, as an example: I'll edit the article asap with a better explanation when I can. Thank you for pointing this out, I appreciate your comment on this matter!
  5. Cleanmgr needs UI to run, so as a workaround you can use SysInternal's PsExec as part of the disk cleaning process and by using PsExec with its '-si' arguments, you'll be able to perform your script through Pulseway. Without being able to spawn the UI, the cleanmgr process will hang thus leaving the Pulseway script execution running indefinitely.
  6. Hey Brayden, The feature you're looking for is natively supported in Pulseway. For Windows, you'll find the solution described here: https://intercom.help/pulseway/en/articles/1514531-how-to-enable-ping-notifications For Linux tho, there's no GUI available; therefore, you'll need to look into the config file, which is also natively supporting this function. The agent configuration is at /etc/pulseway/config.xml , the relevant part is shown on the screenshot attached. I also noticed you've posted in the scripting forums, are you looking to check ping response times through a sc
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