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  1. Gavsto

    General Automate Eval Questions

    1. You will never be able to do this easily in Automate - the functionality is massively lacking, and though the "Network probe" and SNMP related things are improving following a long period of neglect. Network monitoring of pretty much all sorts is a weakness in the product. 2. Passportal has a pass through to Control plugin. There is also a plugin called RMM+ Passwords which will take passwords stored in Automate and allow them to be used in Control too. You can do absolutely anything with Automate but pretty much none of it comes out the box. If what you're looking for is a platform that allows you to do pretty much what you want, as long as you build it yourself and you have the resource to dedicate to that it is perfect.
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    Automate, slow?

    How slow we talking? To open the Control Center initially? To open an agent window the first time? To open an agent window the second time?
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    Command Prompt From the Web Interface

    No - it's not been added in yet to the product. I believe it is coming though at some point.
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    Account Lockout monitor

    @apbirch67 didn't see this sorry... it's a RAWSQL monitor the identity field is computer.name SELECT COUNT(*) AS TestValue, c.name AS IDentityField, c.Computerid AS ComputerID, acd.NoAlerts, acd.UpTimeStart, acd.UpTimeEnd FROM computers c JOIN eventlogs e ON (e.computerid = c.`ComputerID`) LEFT JOIN AgentComputerData acd ON (c.computerid = acd.computerid) WHERE e.EventID IN (529,644,681,4625) AND (e.Message LIKE '%Logon Type:2%' OR e.Message LIKE '%Logon Type:7%' OR e.Message LIKE '%Logon Type:10%') AND TimeGen > (NOW() - INTERVAL 1 HOUR) GROUP BY c.`ComputerID` HAVING TestValue > 8
  5. View File Mass force device redetection across all Network Probes Run this against your Automate Server (or any agent really) and it will loop through all of your Network Probes and force a device redetection on all of them. This is the same as doing Commands > Probe > Run Device Detection, unfortunately this behaviour is not exposed in the GUI when you select more than one network probe.This is step 2 of pushing updated device detection templates to probes. Submitter Gavsto Submitted 11/22/18 Category Scripts  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    9 downloads

    Run this against your Automate Server (or any agent really) and it will loop through all of your Network Probes and force a device redetection on all of them. This is the same as doing Commands > Probe > Run Device Detection, unfortunately this behaviour is not exposed in the GUI when you select more than one network probe.This is step 2 of pushing updated device detection templates to probes.
  7. View File Mass refresh Probe Configs across all Network Probes Run this against your Automate Server (or any agent really) and it will loop through all of your Network Probes and push a Probe config update out to all of them. This is the same as doing Commands > Probe > Refresh Config, unfortunately this behaviour is not exposed in the GUI when you select more than one network probe. This is step 1 of pushing updated device detection templates to probes. Submitter Gavsto Submitted 11/22/18 Category Scripts  
  8. Version 1.0.0

    5 downloads

    Run this against your Automate Server (or any agent really) and it will loop through all of your Network Probes and push a Probe config update out to all of them. This is the same as doing Commands > Probe > Refresh Config, unfortunately this behaviour is not exposed in the GUI when you select more than one network probe. This is step 1 of pushing updated device detection templates to probes.
  9. View File Fix Broken Automate 12 Patch 11 - Update LTSvcMon.exe.config This file has been provided by ConnectWise to be used ONLY by partners who installed Patch 12.11 before it was pulled on 21st November 2018. This will fix the problem with the LTSvcMon.exe service not starting. Submitter Gavsto Submitted 11/21/18 Category Troubleshooting  
  10. Version 1.0.0

    56 downloads

    This file has been provided by ConnectWise to be used ONLY by partners who installed Patch 12.11 before it was pulled on 21st November 2018. If you installed AFTER this date this will not apply to you.This will fix the problem with the LTSvcMon.exe service not starting. To import, go to System > General > Import > XML Expansion, select the file, choose yes, acknowledge the warning about it being made in a newer version (if applicable). The script will be put in a folder in the root of your scripts called __Examples. The script name is Update LTSvcMon.exe.confg for 2018.11
  11. Wow you really like your Power plans. I have one, high performance, and it gets applied across the board Number of ways to approach it. You could have a remote monitor that uses an EDF in the check, the EDF being the plan it should and fails if it is not. You could abandon all remote monitors and use a combination of scripts and EDFs, scheduling the scripts periodically against the machines. You can do a search based on EDF value, so a search/group is not out the question.
  12. What do you want to do overall? Change power plans on a scheduled basis on certain machines? Set power plans for entire locations, clients, all clients? Enforce a plan and make sure it sticks?
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    Monitor Adds all devices to 1 ticket

    Is there a .ComputerID in that table?
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    Report Center Date Format

    Putting the following in the "Where SQL" in your last screenshot with no other modifications should work: DATEDIFF(NOW(), ComputerDateLastContact) > 30)
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    Script to test for virtual machine and query VM Host

    The data you are looking for is in inv_bios.VMHost There is a readily accessible column called ComputerIsVirtual in the view v_xr_computers The determination as to whether a computer is virtual or not is based on computers.flags. This query would give you computers, with a column at the end that is a 1 if the computer is virtual: SELECT *, IF(((`computers`.`flags` & 2048) = 2048),1,0) AS `ComputerIsVirtual` FROM computers
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