I am working on building an Ad Hoc report in PSA to be able to list on-hand products and serial numbers assigned to that product for inventorying purposes.
I know the Serial Numbers are tracked, and are listed when deploying them as assets in Service Desk. Is there a way to get that information to display in a report to possibly inventory product & serial number?
By Joe Savage
This might be a bit of a long shot - but I have an end client who's interested in deploying custom Teams issues with Pulseway (as there aren't many users in-office for obvious reasons).
I've attempted to deploy this by pushing a batch script, to copy the backgrounds from a shared location. The backgrounds folder in question is located in the user's roaming appdata (%appdata%\Microsoft\Teams\Backgrounds\Uploads). For this reason I wasn't able to use %username% correctly in my batch script, as the script is being run by some Pulseway service, rather than as the local user account.
Please let me know if you've any ideas and have a great day.
By Joe Savage
I hope you're having a great day and are keeping safe.
I'm having an issue with setting up email notifications via SMTP to Office365. I've followed the document on setting Pulseway up to talk with Office365. I've also been in touch with support on this and haven't been satisfied with their answer.
Have any of you linked this up successfully? If so, which IP addresses do you have whitelisted? Is there anything obvious I'm missing?
I've set up a relay and can't see any attempt at mail delivery via 365.
I am looking for a script that can trigger a 3rd party patch policy ad-hoc outside the policy schedule.
It´s going to be used to start the installation process of software on newly registered machines in a "Computer registered" workflow.
If there is anyone with another take on that I´m all ears.
I love the fact that we can now use the android app to remote into managed devices. It works well when the user is already logged in...
The problem I'm experiencing is when I remote control a Windows device and have to login. I bring up the keyboard no problem and try typing the password to that computer. What I am typing on my keyboard isn't typing in the password box on the PC. In other words, it never seems to respond and type the password letters as I am typing, hence I cannot login (invalid password). I suspect it has something to do with how Android on Samsung deals with autofill. Ironically, I don't have this problem when using the Team Viewer app on the same phone. That fact leads me to believe that it is a problem with the Pulseway Android App.
Using a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 running Android 10.