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We need some sort of visibility when modifying local clients to indicate that a group policy is being applied.

 

Better yet it would be great if items applied in group policy (eg. Event log filters) showed in the configuration when locally modifying the client.

 

This is so that someone modifying the local client that doesn't know that a group policy is applied or forgets to check group policy doesn't create a new notification for something that may already exists.

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Hi,

 

We apologize for the confusion that Pulseway Manager causes in regards with the Group Policy mechanism. We plan on improving the agent configuration by moving it to the upcoming HTML5 web application. This will definitely support Group Policy visibility so it's a feature that is coming in the future.

 

Regards,

Chris

Pulseway Support

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10 minutes ago, Jeremy Otten said:

One year later.. and still the Manager Configuration all has to be done locally... when will it get in the Web App... where it should have been all along.. :-)

Hi Jeremy,

Initially we had a flash based web application and we were all reluctant to have configuration settings done there. Now that we've moved to a HTML5 web app it opened a world of possibilities. (I really mean a world of possibilities since we're still adding them and didn't manage to get to this one yet :lol:).

-Paul

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2 hours ago, Jeremy Otten said:

so the end product will be simple agent locally and managing all settings in the webapp or mobile apps?

That's the plan. The agent should only have connection settings like Proxy, diagnostic logging and setting that are critical to making sure that the agent reaches our serves. Once they do, they'll get everything they need from there. Which allows you to centrally manage the settings from the webapp.

-Paul

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