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  1. Kevin Carbonaro

    Grafana and Labtech on the cloud

    Hi, By any chance does anyone have Grafana connected to Labtech DB or know how it can be done? Tks, Kevin
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    [SOLVED] utorrent uninstallation script - need help on last bit

    I tried the normal ones but did not work either, however managed to get it working using the Registry Delete Key. The uninstall/removal process is as follows: Notice the trailing backslash at the end of the Delete Registry line. Once I added that, the key was deleted successfully.
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    [SOLVED] utorrent uninstallation script - need help on last bit

    I am almost sure I tried those as well, but will again in case I missed something and let you know the outcome. Thanks
  4. I am trying to automatically uninstall utorrent, however it's own uninstaller is leaving registry stuff behind, one of them being its entry in the add/remove list in Windows. Automate will still detect it as being installed even though it is not there anymore. My script does the following: Shell Enhanced: taskkill /IM utorrent.exe /F Shell Enahnced: "c:\users\%ComputerUsername%\appdata\roaming\utorrent\utorrent.exe" /UNINSTALL /S The registry key I need to remove is under HKCU: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\uTorrent On the physical machine running cmd as admin I tested successfully reg delete and Powershell, however the same commands in a labtech script will not delete the key and its sub-keys. The Powershell as admin script command I tried: Remove-Item -Path HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\uTorrent -Recurse The Registry Delete Key command I tried: reg delete HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\uTorrent /F Any ideas of how I can remove the registry key? Attached the current status of the script in case you need to test. Uninstall uTorrent.xml
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    Autojoin Search for Servers Excluding a specific Group

    That sounds like probably the best option in this case and being able to modify them with a script would be a plus as well. This way I can avoid having to modify monitors whenever I need an exclusion. Thanks, Kevin
  6. I have two groups A and B. I would like to have Group A have an Autojoin Search for All Servers excluding any Servers which I would have manually added to Group B. Although I can easily get a search working for all servers, I could not find a condition in the Search Editor to exclude any servers from Group B. If the above is not possible and you know of a workaround I would appreciate it if you can share it? Thanks, Kevin
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    Dashing on LabTech (as a Plugin)

    I went through the docs on grafana website and seems to be quite easy to use. After a bit of testing I am guessing that labtech hosted environments do not allow accessing the database remotely for security reasons.
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    Dashing on LabTech (as a Plugin)

    Tried Grafana, however after a whole 5 hours could not manage to connect to the labtech database. We have hosted labtech and MFA enabled. I tried disabling temporarily MFA but still no-go. I used the details such as server url/ip, port, username and password as the ones used to connect from the client application. These details are entered in a MySQL datasource. Any tips as probably I am missing something important. Thanks in advance.
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    Dashing on LabTech (as a Plugin)

    Thanks kspooner for your reply. Much appreciated! Will try it out.
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    Dashing on LabTech (as a Plugin)

    I have an issue with installing this plugin. I ran the installer from my computer which installed the plugin in Automate. In the system dashboard I have a new Dashing Tab but noticed that server status is Failed Install of Server (attached image). Is there some way to identify why it is failing?