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  1. @AKWinsor for your knowledge and future readers; you can do this easily. We have our WANs from IT Glue pulled down via a script into the LT Database (for Dual WAN Monitoring) after which we cycle through them with a script generating the remote monitors required for each WAN. Instead of placing the remote monitor on a computer at the customer (which is pointless since if the location is offline, the probe/agents are too) we placed it on the agent of our Automate Server. For hosted customers that do not have Automate access you can use ANY computer at your corporate location. I would crea
  2. The OldSystemPassword is in the config table alongside the SystemPassword. If you don't recognize what I"m talking about then you shouldn't be messing with it and should stick with the official Connectwise Recommended methods (see https://docs.connectwise.com/ConnectWise_Automate/ConnectWise_Automate_Documentation/070/260/050) The specifics of the risks involved are not discussed for obvious reasons. Suffice it to say it is a security risk and the recommendation from Connectwise via an email to the partners who had suspected invalid compromised agents. If you didn't receive this emai
  3. Recently Connectwise released a statement recommending Server Passwords for Agent Signup on their Automate be rotated two times. People obviously have concerns about this. This post will strive to answer all questions and concerns regarding this notice. Q: What happens when I change this password? A: To answer this you have to understand how Agent Communication works, the agent during signup uses the Server Password to create what's called an Agent Password. This Agent Password is unique to all agents that are communicating with the server, and is what is actually used for communicating
  4. Your file is definitely missing things. Here is an example of a working ZIP file. Both 1.9.2 and 1.12.1 jquery-ui-1.12.1.custom.zipjquery-ui-1.9.2.custom.zip These were made from a secondary repo of the JQuery RollerUI as the main one has been offline for some time. https://jqueryui.templersmc.net/themeroller/ Note for 2020 Patch 5 you will need to use 1.12.x JQuery
  5. There's no guide written up per se. There will be a write up for Nginx soon (as a reverse proxy and disabling various areas). The /labtech/ IIS Application is one of the critical pieces in there you have Deployment.aspx, ControlCenter.asmx and Agent.aspx. Those three are critical for deploying agents, agent check-ins, and Control Center access (thick client).
  6. A couple of points specifically for the Consent part of the Agent template (although I'm not sure how much this part helps you), consent is controlled via a parameter being included in the URL to the CWC server that launches the session. When the template is checked to force Consent it does by passing that parameter in (&consent=true or something like that). Which indicates that 1) Automate could easily incorporate per user settings for this and 2) it was more thought out than we realize however I don't think that capability or level of flexibility exists. A side note, because this sp
  7. Hi @nocDan Can you be more specific about what you're talking about? Where you're talking about? Automate interface itself has a HOSTNAME and a DOMAIN NAME that will display the FQDN when the machine is domain joined. (For Domain controllers it'll be DC:<domain name>). Workgroups will be just a single Workgroup name as opposed to an FQDN.
  8. Hey @lgs Did you open a CW Support ticket for this? Were they the ones who split your server? What process was followed for the splitting? Did you recreate both servers or just dump and import the database and update the connection strings on the application server? Aside from the log errors are you noticing any actual issues with anything? Random agents going offline or heartbeat not functioning properly?
  9. woah how am i just finding this amazing things
  10. You know I'm suddenly seeing screenconnect on some linux servers and I have no idea how they got there
  11. I think my favorite part are the descriptions like "Crunchy" and "Exotic"
  12. erm for what? Windows XP lol Windows 7 which is out of support end of Jan? 😮 anyways pretty sure these would fall under MS Patching - Windows Updates
  13. Start using SHELL and something like this https://www.windowscentral.com/how-check-your-computer-uptime-windows-10 get the results returned directly into %shellresult% and then save it to a variable @uptime@ which you can then perform math on to make your logic. Everything you're asking about can be accomplished either in Powershell using Execute Script or Shell with labtech scripting logic.
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