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  1. timwiser

    0xFFFFFFFF80D05001 error during patching

    I literally just spotted the fact that the updates could not be downloaded. Is that what the error relates to?
  2. Hi, I see this error crop up quite regularly in patching jobs. The excessively long code aside, does anyone know what causes this? I can't find anything useful online relating to it. Patch jobs show info like this: Log Details: Windows Update Version 10.0.17134.254 Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based Systems (KB4462930) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. Microsoft Silverlight (KB4481252) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. 2018-10 Update for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based Systems (KB4100347) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 - March 2019 (KB890830) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. 2019-03 Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based Systems (KB4489907) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. 2019-03 Update for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based Systems (KB4023057) could not be downloaded, but will be reattempted. ... and in the info at the top of the patching info I see this error code listed several times, once per patch. Tim.
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    Ms Teams integration with LabTech

    We have a script that sends the message over API. Works fine for our requirements.
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    Patch 2019.3

    Thanks! A classic case of RTFM
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    Patch 2019.3

    On a ScreenConnect note, does anyone know the difference between "Reinstall" and "Redeploy" for ScreenConnect?
  6. I suspect many people have but don't want to provide their solution in case the worst happens, something goes wrong, and it ends up deleting loads of computers in your estate.
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    Automate UK Geek Squad

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    UK Automate Geek Squad

    I'd like to announce that we're going to be hosting our fourth UK Automate Geek Squad event on the 29th May in Nottingham. These events are held twice a year and the target audience is anyone who uses ConnectWise Automate in their business. The general aim of the day is to get together with fellow users and share some coffee(*), ideas, tips, knowledge, scripts and monitors. Whilst ConnectWise usually send an Automate specialist up to join us, unfortunately there's nobody available this time round but that means there's an extra space for an attendee. The event will be held at the Air IT headquarters in Sandiacre just off Junction 25 of the M1. The event commences 9.30am and normally runs until around 4pm. Lunch will be provided. The cost of the event is 60 GBP per person. Places are limited on a first come first served basis so please get in touch as soon as you can to express interest. If this sounds like something you'd benefit from then please drop me an email at tim.wiser@airit.co.uk. * There may also be doughnuts
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    Automate UK Geek Day

    Good morning fellow geeks, I'd like to announce that we're going to be hosting our fourth Automate UK Geek Squad event on the 29th May in Nottingham. These events are held twice a year and the target audience is anyone who uses ConnectWise Automate in their business. The general aim of the day is to get together with fellow users and share some coffee(*), ideas, tips, knowledge, scripts and monitors. Whilst ConnectWise usually send an Automate specialist up to join us, unfortunately there's nobody available this time round but that means there's an extra space for an attendee. The event will be held at the Air IT headquarters in Sandiacre just off Junction 25 of the M1. Places are limited on a first come first served basis so please get in touch as soon as you can to express interest. If this sounds like something you'd benefit from then please drop me an email at tim.wiser@airit.co.uk. * There may also be doughnuts
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    GPO for LT agent install

    Yeah, I have fixed this in the new version which I've just uploaded to https://1drv.ms/u/s!AppFBGO93g5zl-IRg3-eMGnR4jIX6w
  11. Nah, "it is what it is"
  12. Hey all We're just dipping our toes into the ability to trigger Automate scripts from within a Manage workflow. What I'm wanting to do though is to get the Subject and Description of the Manage ticket into the Automate script as variables. Dumping the script variables into an email and looking at what's available doesn't show anything containing these two things. The only thing vaguely useful is the Manage ticket ID. I suppose if our Automate and Manage servers were on the same network I could use ODBC or whatever to get to the Manage database and use that ID number in a query but our servers are entirely separate and I'm not comfy with opening up database access. Does anyone have a cunning solution, or perhaps I'm missing something? Cheers Tim.
  13. @LoneWolfYou could look at the VMware ESXi plugin from Plugins4Labtech.com for hardware monitoring on your VMware hosts. We use it and it just works.
  14. Nice one Darren, this is great work.
  15. I have a group that contains all my probes. I schedule the script to run against that group every 15 mins (IIRC).
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