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  5. Hell0 - I've been running the script for a while now with no issues. Recently I'm coming across the following error code and I haven't found a resolution. Anyone have any suggestions? The media for the upgrade is copied from the local file server to the PC temp folder and then I get this message. Then an hour later I'm notified the upgrade didn't go through. Thanks!
  6. Is this monitor still working? I imported successfully but am not receiving any results. Tried build and view query but nothing happens. Was something supposed to be changed in the .sql before import?
  7. You can always write a Script which calls this one and also removes any others installed along side of (or as part of) a typical Continuum deployment. Be certain to add the appropriate delays and/or completion checks to *your* Script to ensure a smooth, complete flow between its various components so stuff actually uninstalls properly/successfully.
  8. Hey all, I was recently on a call with a few guys going over Network Monitoring. What started off as a quick call with one person... turned into a bit more of a formal training session with 4 or 5 people. So, with their permission, I recorded it and after watching it back and I think it turned out quite well. I also asked the attendees if I could share it... and they gave their consent!! - Thanks guys! This content has been requested from me for quite some time now, from both people in the community and my colleagues.. so, here it is!! This video is about 1hr 20 min long
  9. I have to say I have very good results from this script, we don't upgrade Windows 7 systems with it only WINDOWS 10. I use Sharepoint to host the file for users that can't reach a DC. I create a cache folder on \\blah.local\NETLOGON\cache and copy the latest ISO there so everyone has access and add the \\blah.local to the Extra 1 field. Mad props to the creators of this has saved me soooo much time.
    works well but my Cisco Umbrella at first was nuking the transfer from the LTSHARE to the PC for install.
  10. Version 1.0.0


    This is the latest version of my Offline Domain Join script for ConnectWise Automate. This script will join a computer to a domain with no network connection to the domain controller. Automate finds the "Domain naming master" server for the client, generates a file, transfers the file over to the target agent, then uses it to do a domain join. The script can also work when a computer is in the same network as the domain controller. We use it for all domain joining. If a client has multiple domain naming masters the script will automatically fail. If the target computer is on a domain or a
  11. I am curious - what are some of the use cases for this data view? I can think of some from a security perspective but curious what others may be using this sort of functionality for.
  12. Hello Darren, I ran this script 93 times and it worked perfectly all 93 times. Thank you. If I wanted this script to update to PowerShell 5.1 instead of 5.0, would I only need to edit lines 37 and 39 with the 5.1 file name, then 43 and 44 with the new direct download link to PowerShell 5.1 on 32 bit? For 64 bit it would be lines 47, 49, and 51 with the 64 bit 5.1 file names, then lines 55, 56, and 59 with the 64 bit 5.1 direct download link? Further down the script, I would then update references to 5.0 with 5.1? Line 104 would be the PowerShell 5.1 requirements?
  13. Glad it helped @nicecube! I owe the entirety of that script to @Braingears though. I did tweak it a bit, for some possible improvements. You can use the "COMMAND1 && COMMAND2" syntax and COMMAND2 will only execute if COMMAND1 ended successfully. So FIND.exe can be used with && to directly jump instead of testing ERRORLEVEL. Also, findstr.exe can use limited regular expressions, so you can do a more complex match like specifying the Default Gateway you are targeting, not just a matching IP. (Typically to match that without typing the entire line you would see something
    Amazing ty @DarrenWhite99 for this script help me to deploy a lots of automate agent !
  14. Ty @DarrenWhite99 for this amazing script, i edited the bachfile to deal with multiple location, i ll try to automate the bath file with automate! ::--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- :: Script : Install ConnectWise Automate Agent :: Version : 0.1 :: Written by : Chuck Fowler ::--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- :: Token will Expire on 8/19/2021 2:41:40 AM UTC @ECHO OFF ipconfig | find /i "10.101.1." > NUL IF %ERRORLEVEL% == 0 GOTO DataCenter ipconfig | find /i "192.168.1.
  15. The script is for Automate. If you don’t have Automate, you won’t be able to use it. Heres a link to a comment explaining how to install it. https://www.mspgeek.com/files/file/31-remove-continuum-agent-software/?do=findComment&comment=53
  16. I am also confused as to how to use this script. The download shows the XML file but I am unsure how to use this with PowerShell. Or is this script specific to a RMM platform?
    Took a small bit of tweaking but it works. A few tips: As we have a cloud hosted server, we could not keep our Win10 iso in our LTshare folder. Our workaround was to use one of our on prem share servers. Added a Variable Set with parameter="\\\Share" Variable Name="ShareDrive" . Instead of using File Download I used File Copy. Source Path="@ShareDrive@\@WindowsISOFilename@" This worked great. With 7zip I was a small bit confused. I downloaded the .7z version of 7zip as I assumed we needed the console version. After installing the 32 bit version of 7 zip I tra
  17. Version 1.4.1


    This script is intended to be used as a function script, but is flexible and can be ran manually. The script generates a random InstallerToken value for the location and installer type requested, valid for a variable length of time. These can be used to create installer download links valid for more than 24 hours that can be given to clients, or used in deployment scripts. They can also be issued for shorter periods specifically for on-demand agent installation (such as reinstalling an Automate agent through Control). The expected use case is for scripted creation of batch (or powershell) ag
  18. Version 1.0.0


    These SQL files can be imported in System > General > Import > SQL File. It will add in four new role definitions Microsoft 365 - Azure AD Joined Microsoft 365 - Domain Joined Microsoft 365 - Hybrid AD Joined Microsoft 365 - On-Premises DRS Joined
  19. Worthy of note that Gen 10 detection does not w ork, be HPE Server.sqlcause that is the first generation of the 'HPE' moniker. Requires a new parent role and a revised Gen10 role. I'm attaching the roles that I created to address this, if you'd like to bundle in with the rest. HPE Server - Gen10.sql
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