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  1. Very nice! Look at you sharing some secrets with the world! 😉
  2. You realize you're asking the question wrong? The question is how can you do it from ONE computer from the backend. Once you can do that, you can do it from all computers with some tweaking. Step 1) Hit the google "How to clear browser cookies from command line" Step 2) Test in Labtech CMD Prompt and generalize for all computers Labtech Automation is meant for those who can approach this type of out of the box thinking, the more you apply yourself to it the easier it'll be to think that way.
  3. Leave admin alone but you can change the password. Feel free to delete the User one.
  4. If you're on this forum its kinda expected you'll quickly rack up the experience you don't have by doing things
  5. @Dayrak using creativity and careful planning you can set individual patch policies to patch at different times for each host in the cluster, and then a pre-patch script should run powershell that will drain roles until next reboot. In terms of not booting from USB well...that is a UEFI/BIOS firmware setting that you'll have to set ahead of time.
  6. I'm not sure how you ended up on this forum but moving this post.
  7. Chrome keeps everything self contained to its own database, under the users profile. Since Chrome doesn't offer a shell method of interaction with the browser the answer is no you can't do this. You can use the Corporate installer of Chrome to enable GPO enforcement then disable the use of extensions entirely or whitelist specific ones.
  8. So use the EXE as a remote monitor and check the output, run the monitor on the frequency you want and then the alert template can be used to run a script that will 1) make a ticket, 2) grab the current time, 3) fix/setup the VPN 4) confirm its valid 5) track the end time 6) post time to the ticket 7) close the ticket automatically. If a failure occurs when scripting the VPN it can keep the ticket open and escalate it to be assigned for manual intervention.
  9. Does it work in Labtech 2019?
  10. This line here $Path = split-path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition Is used to set the current location of where the powershell script is located, which means its the reason why it will work only when run out of the folder you want to clean up. You have a few options. Labtech can write the powershell script to that location using the Script Write File function and then execute and delete it (which is pretty messy). You can change $Path to $Path = "C:\Location\To\Folder" that way it doesn't matter where the Powershell script is, it'll always run against the folder you specify. This is really a continuation of 2, you can manually specify the $Path using a labtech variable that you set or pull from an EDF or magically find using other parameters inside the script. Good Luck
  11. I read your post a few times and I'm still not completely sure what you're saying. 1> If the script exists, what tells it to run automatically? 2> All you want to do is get the clients that SHOULD have the VPN but DON'T into a group? You really should just turn this into a remote monitor instead, and have it trigger a script inside Automate to fix/create the VPN if needed.
  12. To follow up on this, note that the format of the file on the URL is literally the syntax of a Windows Host file (IP Address - name). Inside Automate, create a script that will download the content of the website to a variable (Script Function: Shell: powershell -command "(Invoke-WebRequest -Method Get -Uri 'https://zerodot1.gitlab.io/CoinBlockerLists/hosts').content") and then append that to the computers existing host file. Schedule the script once a day/week/month/year or whatever and you're done. Self updating automatically blocking list of cryptomining domains solution created using Native Microsoft functionality and magic sauce from Automate . No I won't make the script for you, do some work for yourself
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