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  1. Ok, so I went a completely different route thanks to my friends on MSPGeek Slack. I activated the Dataview Creator in Control Center and was able to join the inv_bios table to pull the BIOS Start Date field and add it to the Agents Search dataview. All is well!
  2. So a quick chat with Connectwise and they didn't have anything direct in Advanced Search; however, I just need to figure out how to use IsServer/IsPortable and an EDF I have set for Workstations Works as Server and turn their boolean values into an all inclusive. Then I can just take the Excel dump and use conditional formatting to convert the values to text. Now to just get the Advanced Search to work: And [Computer.Bios.Start.Date] Does not equal 1/1/2025 [Computer.OS.Name] Does not equal 0 [Computer.LabTech.LastContactDate] Is less then 7/1/2025 [Computer.OS.I
  3. Weird issue... So I will eventually work out a report in the Report Center, but for now I cannot make a single report that covers both the BIOS.Start.Date and Agent Type. In Advanced Search the Agent Type (Server, Workstation, Laptop) appears to be missing; and in Dataview > Assets > Agents the BIOS.Start.Date is missing. One or the other would work in the interim until I can build an actual report. Am I just blind and missing something?
  4. Microsoft has released some new KBs via CVE-2019-078 for In Support systems (Windows 7, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2); however, they backported patches for Windows XP and Server 2003 as well under KB4500331. The KBs for CVE-2019-78 have shown up in the Patch Manager and applied during the April Quality Rollup; however KB4500331 which was release on May 14th (6 days ago as of this writing), it has not appear in the Patch Manager. The only updates I've seen so far for 5/14/19 for Server 2003 are Office 2010 updates; not the KB4500331 patch. How long does it take to hit the Patch
  5. So I have a nice script that will remotely install the OpenDNS Advance agent against any device where it isn't install. However, I only want it to install on mobile devices (i.e. laptops, tablets). Can I add a function to check the IsPortable field in the Automate db into the script? Or is there a better way to target the script for mobile devices?
  6. Found it in this post: Go down to Brenden Cleppe's response.
  7. Has anyone else had issues getting login/logoff scripts to work with User Profile Disks? I cannot get a simple clean up script to remove log files once users log into the environment to work. I'm guessing it is because User Profile Disks are involved. I've tried setting 'Wait for Network Connection' to give it some time, but that made no change. The script is simply deleting the contents of a few folders and works when manually ran, but not as a login script through GPO.
  8. Currently I create a Role that lets me know what devices have Bitlocker enabled, however I need a script or report that can tell me the basic information about what volumes are encrypted and their status. We want to provide a solid encryption solution to our clients, but I want to be sure I can performing reporting so we can audit that encryption is in place and configured correctly. Right now I am stumbling through a script that can pull the information from powershell and pass it to the log to put into a ticket.
  9. I'm assuming my problem is I set those Upgrades to Ignore which takes priority over a Policy. So how can I apply Ignored patches without setting them to Approved?
  10. RE: Patch Manager and Windows 10 1809 Upgrades So we have delayed the Windows 10 1809 Upgrades to our client's workstations due to known issues between software in use and the 1809 upgrade. We did this by setting the 4487044, 4476976 and 4482887 Upgrades to Ignore in the Automate Patch Manager. However, I want to push the Ignored Upgrades to our local network devices to test 1809 further. I created a Policy and set 4487044, 4476976 and 4482887 as By Title approvals and applied that policy to a group containing all Windows 10 devices on our local network. I then created a MS U
  11. That is' what I wound up doing. A simple logoff script that runs a ROBOCOPY/Delete command to clean those folders up. I just need to create an additional Flexible Asset in IT Glue to make sure we document all of the GPOs and additional custom automation going on per client so there is information somewhere that these items exist.
  12. Brainstorming: Can I get a File/Directory Monitor to check as the user? Scenario: User logs in. Monitor now sees the AppData folder in the users profile now that their Profile Disk is active (C:\Users\%userprofile%\AppData) and triggers a script that runs as user to clean up cache files in AppData folder.
  13. Has anyone had success creating a Remote Monitor that triggers when a user logs in? I have a client with an RD Environment using Profile Disks, so a script to clean up cache files does not work unless the user is logged in. Rather than fire off a script to grab users currently logged in and run it several times a day; if I can get a working Remote Monitor that detects when a user logs in and then responds by firing off the script to clean up their profile, that would be perfect.
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