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  1. Just to expand on what Darren's talking about, you'll need to use the Field Mapping tab of the CWM plugin to bring Configuration Questions/API results into EDFs. I like this route because I prefer to keep my techs out of the Passwords tab of LT..
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    RMM Security Best Practices

    @exosource That's awesome kudos for deep diving into the IIS stuff! Also for being the sacrificial scream test 😃 How'd you make out after shutting down everything but '/LabTech' ?
  3. If the jobs aren't being launched from LT, monitoring the associated Event Logs are your best bet. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/it-pro/windows-server-2008-R2-and-2008/cc734488(v=ws.10)
  4. clutch70

    Internal Monitor to Compare EDF's

    You'll have to use a RAWSQL monitor to get this done, but it absolutely can be. There are a couple posts out there about RAWSQL monitors, I'd also recommend firing up SQLyog and working out the syntax there. ProTip: I stole the SQL syntax needed to search for EDFs from the 'Show SQL' button of 'Searches'.
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    ConnectWise 'Automate'

    Deleted in favor of viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2928
  6. clutch70

    Intronis Deployment/Monitor Setup for LT

    Not necessarily - http://www.intronis.com/resources/pdf/data-sheets/Intronis%20RMM%20Deployment%20Kit.pdf This is the datasheet Intronis provides concerning the Event Log entries reported by the BackupAgent service. Some proper SQL'ing could result in an Internal Monitor that looked for events. The best part is, the events are already captured in the Application Event Log by default. To take it all the way home, I've had success with the Report Center and creating reports from custom tables I've got. You can report on your backup stats from there. I feel your pain about the Intronis reporting... Stale agents and crappy reports from Intronis themselves give me a headache. Edit: I should note that as a proof of concept, I have built an internal monitor that creates an alert for now. Nothing special just yet.
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    SSL on the LabTech Server

    @pengstrom - Happy to help! SSL is a good thing for everyone =)
  8. clutch70

    Have I Been Pwned?

    Sounds great - thanks for the plugin Tim!
  9. clutch70

    Have I Been Pwned?

    Love it! Any way I could get a list of [tags] that the email form will accept? Could I do HTML in the email?
  10. clutch70

    SSL on the LabTech Server

    So my URL Rewrite configuration looks like this It yields the behavior I think your after. Even if someone tries to go to http://my.ltserver.com, they are redirected to https://my.ltserver.com. Agent communication seems to be unaffected. EDIT You'll also probably need this - EDIT 2: Just had to put this back together for LT 11 and did so successfully. Came back to add the fact that your Action type needs to be 'Redirect'. Otherwise you just get a 404 with 'my.ltserver.com/WCC2' in the address bar.
  11. clutch70

    SSL on the LabTech Server

    TheCloudGuy's solution sounds a hell of a lot easier, but I got this working with the URL Rewrite module of IIS.
  12. clutch70

    Duo Security Plugin

    Probably using the LDAP proxy. But unfortunately that's on-prem CW only =/ I'm sure you can use the Google Authenticator, but you don't have to.
  13. clutch70

    LabTech 10.5 upgrade

    If I recall, everything needs to come over except for the "h_*****" tables and the eventlogs table.
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    Push Alert Notifications with Pushover

    Deleted =/
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    LabTech Touch - Lightweight, touch friendly LT client

    Pretty freakin slick. I got the RD App up and working. Apparent caveat: The RD Application config screen does NOT like spaces in the Alias or the Program Name fields. Made me keep throwing "cannot connect to this application" errors. It integrates beautifully. I'm running Duo on a SonicWall that's got access to 3306. So from my Android I tap the SonicWall widget to get VPN'd in, accept the Duo notification, 3 taps to open Microsoft RDP and the RemoteApp, one tap to login to the Touch client and poof! A much friendlier LabTech interface than the official App no doubt! I wonder how this would feel with the full Control Center.. Obviously would have to be a tablet or something like that. PROTIP: Change the input mode of the Microsoft RDP app from "Mouse" to "Touch".
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