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    • By Continu IT Solutions
      Would it be possible to add the current logged in user for each pc to the header info that shows in the middle panel. We manage several hundred pcs and the computer name of ASSET-1234 does not tell us whos using it at that time. Most end users do not know their computer names. So trying to find the computer a user is on is sometimes difficult. Having this info at hand in the search list would help that a lot.
      i am only thinking this information for workstations, servers could potentially have multiple users logged in at the same time and this information would not be as useful (not to mention not enough space)
      I have included a mockup of one way this could be done.
      Also adding the ability to search for a current logged in user would be helpful.

    • By Inevat - Michael Jones
      In trying to diagnose systems, often we need to be able to connect to a system before the user prompt for login. This allows us to see statuses of updates, rollback errors, etc.
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      Treating user groups more like AD user groups would allow more granularity of access and less duplication of security roles.
    • By Inevat - Michael Jones
      It would be nice to be able to add negative keywords to scopes (i.e. Does not have tag).
      We currently use a script to automatically update the system name to include the username, but there are some systems that we want to keep a static name so they are easier to identify. Currently we have to separate these into their own groups in order to keep them statically named. 
    • By Inevat - Michael Jones
      After coming from another competitor, one of the major things we are missing is a site wide software list with the ability to list systems with software and remove it from multiple systems.
      Ideally, initially it would show all software, but would allow you to filter software by name. At that point you would be able to click in and see installed systems with installed version.
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