By Bob | PTI B.V.
Do anyone of you have a script to remove Solarwinds products? In our case, that should be the N-able Windows agent and Solarwinds MSP (SolarWinds MSP Cache Service, SolarWinds MSP Patch Management Engine, SolarWinds MSP RPC Server). Or have any experience removing it using automation?
Thanks in advance!
I use Pulseway to monitor my finicky Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop and I noticed my laptop has thousands upon thousands of logs in Event Logs. I specifically need the 'Application Event Logs', 'Security' and 'System' event logs saved, ideally as a .CSV file. I don't know much PowerShell/Bash/VBScript, so I was hoping someone knows how to do this.
By Joe Savage
Just wondering if this is an option. I attempted to do the following with batch, but didn't work due to the %appdata% value resolving to somewhere in C:\Windows.
mkdir %appdata%\Microsoft\Teams\Backgrounds\Uploads copy "\\SERVER\SHARE\Teams Backup Images\*.jpg" %appdata%\Microsoft\Teams\Backgrounds\Uploads /y
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.
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.