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  1. The official connectwise fix is posted above by timbo. This fix is pushed to Patch 12 which is still in Pilot.
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    Call local Automate agent to run Automate script

    It doesn't exist but honestly you can create a remote monitor to check for the condition of a file existing/registry entry (the monitor would fail when it does exist) that would auto fix your script to do whatever you want. You can even have the value of the entry be read in to use that as the identifier for which script should be called.... The auto fix script would clear that entry at the end of the run thus clearing the monitor state..
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    Data Growth Monitoring

    Moving this post to a forum more suitable for this request
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    Thycotic Secret Server Integration

    From a quick search on the forums, it looks like there was once integration that was basically useless and since then has died off.
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    Web Control Center Missing Permissions?

    This is something that is well known by everyone and has been loudly advertised that the Automate Web App is still new and under constructions. I honestly thought your post was a prank when I first started reading it.
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    Monitoring EDF Changes

    Hi Robert, This is the monitor i was talking about the identify field is as follows CONCAT('DBAgent: ',`DBAgentServerPatchVersion`,', ControlCenter: ',`ControlCenterPatchVersion`,', RemoteAgent: ',`RemoteAgentPatchVersion`,', WebServer: ',`WebServerPatchVersion`) AS VersionInfo @DarrenWhite99 can explain the exact logic behind it, but basically it detects any change, and then the next time it runs it assumes it as the correct result so the monitor flips back to success.
  7. Locationid will work without client id
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    Auth Tab is SSH Putty Re-director?

    Can't you just make your own custom redirector for a later version of putty?
  9. Missing lots of things, the MSI requires parameters to be passed including the Automate server URL, Client ID, Location ID, server password etc. Check the docs for more information. https://docs.connectwise.com/ConnectWise_Automate/ConnectWise_Automate_Documentation/040/050 You need at minimum SERVERPASS, SERVERADDRESS, and LOCATION (at the very bottom of the doc). Most people will tell you that you should be using the LT Posh module to do this, built by @CTaylor and contributed by various other community members (but really I only know of @DarrenWhite99) https://github.com/LabtechConsulting/LabTech-Powershell-Module
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    How to check "Agent OS Version" and Jump to Label

    Hey Brian, The idea you want to do is pretty simple; there are a few challenges here. 1. Get the data that you want to act on 2. Compare the data with a preset condition 3. Take action based on the result of that condition. I've mocked up a quick script that shows with comments how you would do that and pasted a screenshot here. I've left the hard work for you For the version checking I grabbed the version from the database and then used the Script String Find String function to find the specific version numbers im interested in picking out from the string (using https://docs.connectwise.com/ConnectWise_Automate/ConnectWise_Automate_Documentation/070/240/050/040/020/170 as a reference). There are hundreds of ways for you to grab this data, and you can use SQL to strip the numbers to what you're interested in and then compare it as a math equation instead of the very very sloppy way I'm doing it in this mock up. This is just an example I've also exported and attached a copy of the script I wrote up so you can look at the script functions and notes that I made more clearly. I hope this helps! Let us know if you need help with anything else, or come talk to us in slack Mock Script - Condition checking and jumping.xml
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    Does enableFIPSPolicy fix still work?

    That's an interesting work around, and rings close to home for another issue I just finally resolved last night after several hours lol.
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    Does enableFIPSPolicy fix still work?

    This is what I was talking about https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/secguide/2014/04/07/why-were-not-recommending-fips-mode-anymore/, doesn't really tell you NOT to do it, but they're not telling you TO do it. Well written post.
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    Applications - Last Executed

    Keep in mind Labtech can only do what Windows does outside of its own database. Since we aren't talking about applications launched through Labtech then the database isn't an option..... Sticking to windows you'll have the problem you're running into now - windows doesn't track last execute anywhere by default. Your best bet is probably auditing but you'll need to turn that on and keep the log history as well as work out a good search parameter for the security audit log (overall not very practical) See https://superuser.com/questions/346858/how-can-i-find-out-when-i-last-executed-a-particular-bat-file where it's heavily discussed.
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    Monitoring EDF Changes

    Hi Robert, Darren has a monitor that looks for changes to a table (specifically it looks for changes to the installed version of Labtech and alerts via email when a Patch is installed.) if you can find it on here you can adjust it easily to look at an EDF state and then trigger a script/email on that... The monitor looks in a table and compares the value to itself (I think?) so it always succeeds until a time when it changes causing it to fail until the next monitor reset where it'll succeed again. I probably got it all wrong but Darren can correct me. 😁
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    Does enableFIPSPolicy fix still work?

    Doesn't Microsoft tell you not to use FIPS mode because if the application doesn't follow specific .NET procedures then it won't do anything and you won't know that the application isn't FIPS compliant? I recall seeing that somewhere...
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