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  1. I looked at the software quickly. My only though is to have the software right out to event viewer, then pickup the events http://web.synametrics.com/syncrify-event-viewer.htm
  2. Not Azure but we run our's in AWS. Jus under 220 agents and same thing, as long as you run it with SSD, its no issue.
  3. Try and right click the file, go to properties and unblock.
  4. This is a beautiful script with all the error checking. Thanks for sharing, this will help greatly.
  5. Did you find this? I can't find it after import either.
  6. We went the other way, but I would either upgrade to LT11 in AWS then migrate or migrate to 10.5 on your data center server then upgrade to 11.
  7. Check to make sure you right and unblock before extracing the DLL
  8. We are using a tool called Check Central for this. https://www.checkcentral.cc/ It creates an email address for each client or job and have it email it there. That way in the morning we can see not only failed, and success jobs, but anything that has reported either. Maybe a plugin based on their API?
  9. Check to ensure you unblocked it. Right click the file, go to properties and click unblock at the bottom. Then close control center, re-open and try to import.
  10. Right click the file, go to properties and click unblock at the bottom. Then close control center, re-open and try to import.
  11. Has one looked at doing a plugin for this? Seems like it has a lot of the apps Nininte has along with many others. It supports WIndows Updates as well. I was thinking about scripting it, but a plugin where I could get reporting and audits would be even better. https://patchmypc.net/
  12. You might be better with a script for this. You can have 1 script that starts if service exists then, call script 2 that actually installs the application. Then schedule the script to run daily or hourly.
  13. I know there is a removal script in Labtech, but I couldn't get it to work. It all depends on the version of LogMeIn that is installed, as it calls the uninstall string. Moving away from LogMeIn we had over 1200 machines to uninstall with different versions of logmein. In case any else runs into this here is what we did. We just made a script to "Process Execute" C:\Program Files (x86)\LogMeIn\x64\Logmein.exe uninstall on 64-bit machines and C:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\Logmein.exe uninstall on 32-bit machines. This removed logmein and removed itself from the console as well.
  14. If you are looking at monitoring the ESXi host, use this. http://www.squidworks.net/2014/05/labtech-vmware-esxi-heath-monitor-plugin-v3/
  15. I only alert on on degraded and failed so if it returns something else I don't care. I just pick up degraded or failed
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