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  1. After "unblocking" that exe and permitting it via Applocker, the error has changed to: Error The command "c:\helpers\injectPlugin.exe "NewADuser.dll" https://labtech.mydomain.com myusername mypassword remote=false"" exited with code -1. Error Failed to get GUID. Review error messges above. NewADuser I am able to logon to the web interface, https://labtech.mydomain.com, with these credentials.
  2. Virtual machines can get the same MAC. quick example: cloning a Hyper-V host = same MIN MAC address and MAX MAC address range on each one (this is stored in the registry) so duplicate MACs will get issued
  3. When trying to use this I am unable to logon... Error The command ""c:\helpers\injectPlugin.exe "NewADuser.dll" https://labtech.mydomain.com myUserNname myPassword remote=false"" exited with code 123. ...sanitized {mydomain, myusername, mypassword} Does this require HTTP instead of supporting https ? (we don't permit http)
  4. The code above does work, the problem was outside of this code.
  5. I am trying to do the same thing, initiate a script from a button in the plugin. Some key parts are: Private DCid As Integer Private mobjHost As IControlCenter Private Sub CreateUserButton_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CreateUserButton.Click Dim scriptID As Integer = 5865 DCid = ds4.Tables(0).Rows(0)("computerid") StatusTextBox.Text = DCid mobjHost.QueueScript(DCid, LabTech.Interfaces.IDDataTypes.Computer, scriptID, "none", Now, False) end sub Pressing the button results in the text box being updated as expected, but the script doesn't run on the Agent. This is based on the "Show History" for the related Agent and the script should just write a text file to the temp folder on that agent, which also doesn't happen. I haven't found any logs in LT that relate to this script call working or failing either. Edit -> also tried this variation but same result mobjHost.QueueScript(DCid, LabTech.Interfaces.IDDataTypes.Computer, scriptID, "Param1=Value|Param2=Value", DateTime.Now, False)
  6. I don't touch the default monitors except to ensure they don't create tickets. Default monitors may change back to default when you update the solutions or upgrade. We don't try to individualize drive space free space requirements per machine, in part because it interferes with predictability in the environments. We do create a few different low disk space monitors based on computer role, although eliminating the "<10% free space remaining" requirement... 1. workstations <2GB (normal ticket) 2. servers <4gb but >2gb (normal ticket) 3. servers <2gb (critical ticket) 4. Exchange <10gb but >8GB (normal ticket) 5. Exchange <6gb (critical ticket) We added the condition to ignore disk volumes that have a name with "NoMonitor" appended because we wanted an easy way to exclude individual volumes from the checks.
  7. We suspect the default "Perf - Available MBytes" Remote Monitor is configured incorrectly. Here is the config: We would expect the Alert to be created if less than the set value and not if greater than the set value. Is this a LT mistake or am I missing something in interpretation of this default monitor?
  8. I checked a Windows 10 Enterprise computer and don't see any indications of patching problems: Do you have a link that discusses the problem with LT and patching or a way I can check/reproduce the problem?
  9. We do not permit normal accounts to have local admin rights and we have UAC enabled. So pushing the LT Console installation using LabTech would be ideal if it can do it. Does anyone have tips/scripts/advice for using LabTech to install the LabTech console to technician computers?
  10. DaleM

    LogMeIn Removal

    I resorted to using a logMeIn script that 1, downloads a batch file 2, downloads a relating text file of LogMeIn GUIDS (allows for easy updating) 3. kills the LogMeIn processes that may be running 4. runs the batch file 5. deletes the LogMeIn folder 6. deletes the batch and relating text file 7. resends Software The key batch file lines are: Cd \Program Files\LogMeIn\x86 Cd \Program Files (x86)\LogMeIn\x64 logmein uninstall sc delete LMIGuardianSvc sc delete LMIMaint sc delete LogMeIn reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\LogMeIn GUI" /f for /f "tokens=*" %%i in (%windir%\ltsvc\scripts\LogMeInGUIDs.txt) do ( reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\%%i" /f reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\%%i" /f ) It is the two reg delete lines that actually remove the "LogMeIn" from the Software tab in LT. The "relating text file of LogMeIn GUIDS" has the 45 GUIDS we see across our clients. These were obtained this data from uninstall string with a Ctrl-H to remove the "MsiExec.exe /I" from the text file. Select software.Uninstall From software Where software.Name = 'LogMeIn' Group By software.Name, software.Uninstall Our actual batch file logs the output of the individual lines to a log file, although we haven't needed those after the initial testing. Our primitive batch file logging example: echo reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\%%i" /f >> c:\windows\temp\LogMeIn-Removal_%date:~-4,4%%date:~-7,2%%date:~-10,2%.log reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\%%i" /f >> c:\windows\temp\LogMeIn-Removal_%date:~-4,4%%date:~-7,2%%date:~-10,2%.log
  11. +1 for this suggestion +1 for this suggestion too
  12. DaleM

    LogMeIn Removal

    Yes, in my case there is still an entry for LogMeIn here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
  13. For computers on a domain, I think this is a better password solution http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46899
  14. I use Group Policy in most cases, but PowerShell when I am in a hurry. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn482066.aspx
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