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  1. See attached .xml that we used (I think it was @DarrenWhite99 that I copied a good portion from) I have this set to run against a group at least once a day. I record the current password into an edf so I know if a computer doesn't get the new password I still have its current password recorded. Copy of DTC Local Admin Account Maintenance.xml
  2. I have never done it. but profwizpro is what comes to mind as a starting point.
  3. The thought occurred to me after I had a rouge DHCP Server took down my network. I setup Darrens RougeDHCPDetection but enabled it. Thoughts. I would love to put this monitor on all computers/agents and if more then 1 computer goes into a fail state instead of each computer creating its own monitoring ticket. Create a 1x master ticket. In this scenario, any computer in the same subnet will be part of my master ticket. No idea where to start with this yet.
  4. Is there a way for me to force a computer to fast talk at the beginning of a script and keep fast talk on (Even through reboots) until the script finishes? I am finding that after the computer reboots it goes back to every 5 minutes.
  5. Thanks I finally got this working properly. For future reference: In the searches its located under Labtech -> Roles - > Bitlocker Enabled.
  6. I changed it a little so that the results will display why the alert triggered off and also display all events found within 24 hours with a clean output so that the techs can diagnose without having to manually weed through the event logs %windir%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe "$allevents = Get-EventLog -LogName 'Security' -InstanceId 4625 -After ([DateTime]::Now.AddDays(-1)) -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Select-Object TimeGenerated, @{Name='TargetUserName' ; Expression={$_.ReplacementStrings[5]} }, @{Name='WorkstationName' ; Expression={$_.ReplacementStrings[1] -replace '\$$'} }, @{Name='LogonType' ; Expression={$_.ReplacementStrings[10]}}, @{Name='IpAddress' ; Expression={$_.ReplacementStrings[-2]}}, @{Name='IpPort' ; Expression={$_.ReplacementStrings[-5]}} | Where-Object {$_.TargetUserName -ne $env:computername + '$' -and $_.TargetUserName -ne $env:computername -and $_.TargetUserName -ne '-' -and $_.TargetUserName -ne '@'} ; $allevents | Group-Object LogonType, TargetUserName | Where-Object {$_.Count -ge 8} | Sort-Object Count -Descending | FT Count, Name -autosize ; $allevents "
  7. Where is this located? I cannot seem to find the correct field to add that in.
  8. Is there any way to have remote command prompt from the webinterface *.hostedrmm.com or /Automate version? Thanks
  9. We set a remote monitor which runs tracert to Google.com The monitor fails if the primary isp gateway is not return as one of the hops. So far its been working perfectly.
  10. I finally got an answer from Connectwise automate that nailed it on the head (And it works) In short. 1) Before installing labtech disconnect the machine you will be syspreping from the network. 2) Install Automate. 3) Stop the 2 connectwise automate services 4) Reconnect it back to the network and sysprep! This is Brice with Automate Consulting. I gave you a call but was informed that you were in a meeting. It is possible to create an image of a machine that has the agent installed but there are a few things that you want to make sure of. When an agent is installed on the machine it writes the agentID of that machine into the registry the first time it checks into the Automate server. If you create an image of this machine and then replicate that image to lets say 10 different machines all 10 of the machines will now have the same agentID and will all fight for that spot in your Automate Control Center. This can cause problems later on down the road. In order to avoid this you can get the machine ready for the image and then right before you install the agent on the machine disconnect the machine from the internet. This will make it so the machine cannot check in and get an agentID from the server. If you then create your image of that machine and then replicate it to 10 different machines those machines will get their own agentID when they first connect to the internet. Please let me know if you have any further questions in regards to this. Thank you Brice Wylie ConnectWise Automate™ Software Consultant Toll Free: 877.522.8323 United States Direct: 813.397.4600 United Kingdom Direct: 084.4544.1690 Australia Direct: 61.03.8652.1797
  11. Its a computer edf. Should I set it somewhere else maybe on the location EDF's? Im not sure what you are reffering to when you say "Have you resent config setting the value"
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