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  1. You would have to build your own prompt instead, not use the built in stuff.
  2. https://www.mspgeek.com/topic/3722-check-windows-activation-state-find-unactivatedunlicensed-systems/?tab=comments#comment-22825
  3. I use warranty master, or scalepad as its now called, but this may help you. https://www.cyberdrain.com/automating-with-powershell-automating-warranty-information-reporting/
  4. This might be a start for you.
  5. Jacobsa

    For Sophos partner

    What's your thoughts on it? I feel it really missed the mark. It's slow, and it should have a plugin interface at the computer level to allow managing the device, toggling tamper protection, installing, handling alerts, etc.
  6. Nice - I just did some testing and I am definitely getting some different devices showing in that duplicate device query.
  7. Thanks Dad. Just a heads up, the imported SQL came in as this to me.. Automatically creating a ticket, and limited to SQL 2005 servers...
  8. We modified it to store the powershell ltposh install command and token in an edf per location
  9. https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/PSWindowsUpdate/2.2.0.2 http://woshub.com/pswindowsupdate-module/
  10. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/15565151/get-date-of-every-second-tuesday-of-a-month
  11. Speak to the client about options you can provide? Otherwise you may need to see if you can define what you want to do in sql, and execute sql in a script that runs daily and calculated if it's the patching day or not. Might be able to store what you want in an edf some how and call it or wrap it in to the calculation. Not the best option, but what about defining every date in advance in an edf that suits your criteria and then calling on that in a script to check if is go time or not.
  12. There are also some powershell modules out there, in the gallery, that will download and install patches, and reboot if needed. You could just write a script to call them. Then it has nothing to do with automate.
  13. Study this page if you haven't already, and pay attention to the ap process and the * - https://docs.connectwise.com/ConnectWise_Automate/ConnectWise_Automate_Documentation/060/040 If you are getting a different av, vs a blank av, then it will likely be another definition taking priority over this one. Remove the av of you can. Make sure you update config after you make new ones, and I suggest using the Web to check how it's going. The control centre needs cache reloaded and what not after making new ones, the Web can make the procedd a little easier.
  14. I can't recommend using ltposh enough. Now you need to use installer tokens, but everything you need is done for you right here.
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