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  1. Bud

    Update windows 7 to 10

    Windows 10 update (2004 From LT share).xmlok so UAC got me. here it is ran it on 10 more tonight mix of win 7 and 8.1 and 100% success. I'm going to alter it to run from a FTP site from the client but this one runs from the LTshare if you put all the files in the correct location. Gonna grab a Jameson and celebrate success.
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    Update windows 7 to 10

    so i thought i had it turns out on a deployment of 20 i got about a 35% failure rate.....back to the srcipt crunch for tonight i guess
  3. Bud

    Update windows 7 to 10

    I did it was a frankenstein or a lot of people's ideas with a little bit of personalization. Basically download iso from an ftp, unpacked it with 7zip command line
  4. Bud

    Update windows 7 to 10

    Thanks, i will take a look tonight
  5. Bud

    Update windows 7 to 10

    One of my coworkers tried that one. He said he had issues with it not working however I didn't dive into it at all. I will take another look at it just curious if anyone else had one.
  6. we are looking to make a simple script to install Windows 10 2004 to some older Windows 7 machines. We have a client that is way behind and their onsite IT staff has just now decided to tackle this issue. does anyone have anything simple that will do this. Basically i would like to supply an iso and have it install without requiring user action at all.
  7. Bud

    LT share

    i accessed the share from the script. i didnt use the web. i just called on the script to call on the ltshare files/folder i can upload the script if you need it.
  8. Bud

    LT share

    Sorry I missed the reply from Spencer. I just saw this one this morning. I'm on vacation this week but I can get you started and we can talk more next week. I didn't access the ltshare from the website. I made a subfolder of the transfer folder on the automate server itself. Then I manually loaded the files I wanted to use. Then I created a script in automate control center to download and executive the files silently. As I said before I am still green with all this so I am not sure if that's the correct way to do it but it works. Respond to this Monday if you need more help. I can upload the script if needed so you have an example.
  9. Bud

    LT share

    BTW one of my coworkers found this morning that you can send a file to several computers at the same time. in control center: Double click the location highlight all the computers under the computer tab. Then right click go to agents--> commands --> File--> download a file from LTshare. Just if anyone needs to know.
  10. Bud

    LT share

    Thanks, well that's what i figured however i was hoping that wasn't the answer.
  11. Bud

    LT share

    I have only been using Automate for 6-8 months now so i admit that I am still green. I am starting to dive in to all the amazing things it can do. In regards to the ltshare, is it possible to use it as a file repository to send several files to many workstations all at once? I find the command-->file--> download from lt share to be super helpful but I want to be able to send several files possibly even a directory to all machines at a location at once. Any help is appreciated.
  12. i am backing mine up with Altaro VM backup. havent had any issues.
  13. @Steve thanks for looking into it. We tried that command before i posted here and we got an error. The scans didn't run at all.
  14. We are trying to come up with something that is a script that we can call on in Automate that will run a bitdefender full or quick scan. One of the guys did a good bit of research and said its a no go. Basically what I am trying to accomplish is this: Alert "A" is triggered in automate and the action is run bitdefender quick scan. Alert "B" is triggered the action is run bidefender full scan. I am green as it gets with programming scripts but any ideas are welcome.
  15. AMAZING! as hesitant as i was to run some random script off the internet from a stranger i did it it a test machine and Bam! worked like a champ. Going to load it up to solarwind and deploy. Darren you are the man!
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