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  1. @DarrenWhite99, it seems to be working now.... I guess I just got spooked a little.... All better, thanks for the response and confirmation.
  2. Is anyone else having issues running (new-object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('http://bit.ly/LTPoSh')? I have been using this script forever, even after the recent password change, but TODAY it is not working on several clients stating .C:\Windows\system32>"C:\Windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe" "(new-object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://bit.ly/LTPoSh') | iex; Reinstall-LTService" -password serverpassword Exception calling "DownloadString" with "1" argument(s): "Unable to connect to the remote server" At line:1 char:1 + (new-object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://bit.ly/LTPoSh') | iex; Reinst ... Has something changed? I tried changing to https:// to no avail.
  3. This is the script I use to install teams x64. Microsoft Teams x64 installer.xml
  4. Here is mine: You can get the offline installer from https://help.dropbox.com/installs-integrations/desktop/enterprise-installer and adjust line 19 to point to whatever download location you wish. I use Dropbox as a download location, but if you have room you can use your automate server. Dropbox Installer.xml
  5. Is this the one you guys are looking for? Monitor Prompt User to Reboot.xml
  6. @Lonewolf, I think you are looking for this? In Automate/Groups/Anti-Virus Management/Webroot SecureAnywhere under the computer tab is a Remote Monitor called "Webroot Process Not Running" Which has the Alert Template to "Create ticket" which you can choose to "Do Nothing"
  7. I also am interested in this. Notably, newer Dells with the Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM. I wrote a simple script which pretty much disables all of the stuff that causes this to drop to 10MB. I will attach for anyone interested (Will require reboot for settings to stick) RMS - Disable Energy Efficient Ethernet and Ultra Low Power Mode.xml
  8. These are the scripts I use, you may adjust to your needs. I don't make very pretty scripts, but they get'er done. We have several occasions to fix the "Aw, snap" issues with chrome and this works each time. The issues I had: Difficulty uninstalling - fixed and tested with included powershell script within the provided scripts (Never had success with commands or wmic) Had to locate current Google Chrome Offline installer. I used this link and extracted the msi files and placed in labtech\transfer\software\chrome folder https://cloud.google.com/chrome-enterprise/browser/download/ Used legacy chrome installer provided in automate, adjusted for chrome file downloads based on 32/64 bit. FYI: Powershell code to remove chrome Write-host "Un-Installing the current version of Google Chrome from your machine..." $AppInfo = Get-WmiObject Win32_Product -Filter "Name Like 'Google Chrome'" If ($AppInfo) { & ${env:WINDIR}\System32\msiexec /x $AppInfo.IdentifyingNumber /Quiet /Passive /NoRestart } $Reg32Key = Get-ItemProperty -path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Google Chrome" -name "Version" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $Ver32Path = $Reg32Key.Version If ($Ver32Path) { & ${env:ProgramFiles}\Google\Chrome\Application\$Ver32Path\Installer\setup.exe --uninstall --multi-install --chrome --system-level --force-uninstall } $Reg64Key = Get-ItemProperty -path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Google Chrome' -name "Version" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $Ver64Path = $Reg64Key.Version If ($Ver64Path) { & ${env:ProgramFiles(x86)}\Google\Chrome\Application\$Ver64Path\Installer\setup.exe --uninstall --multi-install --chrome --system-level --force-uninstall } Chrome_Installer.xml Google_Chrome_Uninstall-Reinstall.xml
  9. Wish I could offer insight. I also am dealing with a crap-ton of duplicate Network devices that are messing with my asset sync and Warranty master. Following your post.
  10. Hey guys, I want to share another tool I found which you may use to add to your scripts. I have run into many issues downloading the ISO's onto clients with terrible internet connections. The script fails due to network error while downloading. Instead of using the Force download with the scripting, use a cool utility called "WGET" located at https://builtvisible.com/download-your-website-with-wget/ It is a small executable "wget.exe" that you can add to your script download package and run inside your script using a cmd line. Example: wget.exe -O c:\downloadfolder\windowsx64.7z https://SomeInternetLocation wget has the ability to continue the download where it left off instead of failing to allow for script to continue.
  11. Here is a basic script using the powershell created by James Weakley. Feel free to pretty it up for yourself, or add it to your "disk/temp files cleanup failures" tickets. - Runs the powershell script - uploads to the Labtech server - emails the technician as given by the @technician@ email parameter. DiskFolderSize.xml
  12. Steve, you beat me to it. I was going to actually post an update. I did multiple tests and many successfully uploaded, however the failed file was over 38 MB in size. Do you by any chance know the file size limit?
  13. Strange, I am having this same exact issue. I have a script that works perfectly on my test computer, but same script will give a "Failed to upload file error" in Script log. Also, viewing the computer from Tools/File Explorer and attempting to transfer leaves me with "Waiting on Remote" and it hangs. I have verified automate agent is running. Following this post for any ideas.
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