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    • By Francis
      Hi,
      I think it misses the ability to monitor bandwidth on servers and users computers. It would be nice to have a history of several weeks and the services used.
    • By Finzsoft
      I am trying to upgrade some software using PowerShell and I am not sure if my parameters are correctly formatted .  See highlighted text
       
      # Silent Install Secure Secure Authentication
      # http://repository.eset.com/v1/com/eset/apps/business/esa/windows/v2/2.7.32.0/esa_nt64_enu.msi
      # Path for the workdir
      $workdir = "c:\scripts\"
      # Check if work directory exists if not create it
      If (Test-Path -Path $workdir -PathType Container)
      { Write-Host "$workdir already exists" -ForegroundColor Red}
      ELSE
      { New-Item -Path $workdir  -ItemType directory }
      # Download the installer
      $source = "http://repository.eset.com/v1/com/eset/apps/business/esa/windows/v2/2.7.32.0/esa_nt64_enu.msi"
      $destination = "$workdir\esa_nt64_enu_v2.msi"
      # Check if Invoke-Webrequest exists otherwise execute WebClient
      if (Get-Command 'Invoke-Webrequest')
      {
           Invoke-WebRequest $source -OutFile $destination
      }
      else
      {
          $WebClient = New-Object System.Net.WebClient
          $webclient.DownloadFile($source, $destination)
      }
      Invoke-WebRequest $source -OutFile $destination
      # Start the installation
      msiexec.exe /i "$workdir\esa_nt64_enu_v2.msi" ADDLOCAL="Credential_Provider" /qb /L*v "c:\esa_install_log.txt"
      # Wait XX Seconds for the installation to finish
      Start-Sleep -s 35
      # Remove the installer
      rm -Force $workdir\esa_nt64*
    • By Basil62
      Hello and good day. Is there any way for Pulseway to notify me when the monitored system reaches a specific % threshold of RAM or CPU usage?
    • By Wannes Vande Wiele
      Hello!

      Recently I've been experimenting a bit using scripts that contain variables that the user should enter.
      For example, a very simple one to shutdown a computer after X-amount of time: (example use-case:  I download large files during the night, so it doesn't count towards my ISP data-usage)

      @echo off
      set /p time=Enter time in seconds:
      shutdown /s /t %time%
      timeout /t 3 /NOBREAK
      exit

      however, upon executing said script, the app doesn't request for the variable to be filled out. (I guess it's not made for such uses)
      Obviously, i can manually enter the command using CMD, but i don't want to be typing the command every time i need it. (you can call me lazy :p)

      Any ideas how to do this correctly?
    • By dpbklyn
      Is there a way to kick off an automated task based on a notification or alert.  For Example, if we get a notification of a disk getting full, I would want the automation to run: 
      <Open a ticket>--> <add predetermined note>--> <add 15 minutes>--><run task to clean drive>--><send notification that task has completed>--><close ticket>
      Is this possible now, or should this be a feature request?
      Thank you,
      dp
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