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    Thycotic Secret Server Integration

    They don't. They use complex passwords and MFA and get on with their days.
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    Feature Updates

    Windows 10 Patching involves semi-annual update packages. That's how it works. They're not discretionary and if you're not applying them on a regular basis you'll end up in trouble with your customers. The support lifecycle for Home/Pro is 1 1/2 years from release BUT your customers will be nagged and force-updated So, since Labtech is mostly a Windows-OS-management tool, and that patching is at the core of its value proposition, I don't think it is unfair to expect them to fully support Windows 10 patching almost three years after its release. No one said it was easy, but that's their core business.
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    Acronis BaaS plugin for LabTech

    Spoke with rep yesterday, told me they plan a CW integration (but that you should NOT run both LT and CW integrations at the same time). Maybe the CW integration will be better suited to monitoring/response/reporting?
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    Grafana and Labtech

    Great tips, thanks! One of the things that prevented me from trying Grafana in the past is that I was certain it didn't support SQL sources. For those who would like to try this quickly on Windows, here's an alternative 1. Download Docker for Windows (newer versions require Hyper-V to be enabled on host) 2. Run this command is PowerShell : docker run -d -p 3000:3000 --name grafana grafana/grafana 3. Login to http://localhost:3000 Docker won't "save" your changes when the image terminates, but its a good way to play around with Grafana. *** Turns out the docker image doesn't include the pre-built SQL support, so you might not get very far with that option
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    Acronis BaaS plugin for LabTech

    Yes unfortunately Acronis has been less than responsive regarding their (newly aquired) product, In Canada they are reselling through Ingram's Cloud Marketplace in a watered down format so they don't have any local reps and their pre-sales effort is pretty much non-existent. That's too bad because the product demos looked really promising. I really wanted this to be an alternative to our Veeam offerings and a replacement for Vembu StoreGrid (or whatever its called these days). I wouldn't be supprised if Veeam came out with a commercial version of Endpoint Backup that uses the Cloud Connect functions in the next 12 months. If that happens they're going to give the other guys a run for their money.
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    MSP Backups

    CloudBerry for Bare Metal backups requires a "staging" area where the whole image needs to be created before being uploaded. That was kind of a deal breaker for us. Trying Acronis BaaS now ... looking good.
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    Acronis BaaS plugin for LabTech

    Hi Robbert, We're likely to adopt BaaS as one of our primary backup solutions. We were not originally a BackupAgent user, but we might be a good candidate for beta testing the integration. We manage around 1000 endpoints / 100 servers. Also, I've tried establishing contact with the BaaS team a few times with no success. Do you have an email contact to share for MSP partner relationships? Regards Guillaume
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