By Andy Raybould
Just running a ping -t command via terminal on a remote device using Pulseway.
Normally to halt it I would do Cntl+C to stop it, locally.
Can't see how to do this using the Pulseway app.
Sorry - have just found the close session command which terminates the Terminal session.
I am looking for a way to track windows user logins/logouts...but many users only lock/unlock their desktop rather than log out. Any other way to track this and receive notifications? If notifications are not possible, how about a report that would gather this info? Hoping to do this through Pulseway, but open to other options/apps as well. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hello I keep getting a ton of alerts daily for Windows Defender, they show up as important updates. I run the Web Root AV on all my clients so I would love a script to disable Windows Defender on all machines. It would take for ever to do hundreds of machines manually.
since some days my hard disk drives don't spin down anymore while not in use. I tracked the problem down with process monitor and found out that the PCMonitor Service is accessing the drives every minute through the WMI Provider Host Service (wmiprvse.exe).
I disabled in Pulseway the storage notification of local disk space on all drives but it did not help.
As soon as I disable the Puleway service, the disks spin down after the configured laps of time as they should do.
I'am using Pulseway since some years, but the problem occured recently and was not there before.
Thanks for your help.