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  1. I've created an Automate script that creates an Active Directory GPO and deploys the Automate agents via Startup Script. I've tested it on multiple domains successfully. Does not require Permissions/Credentials in Automate Uses GitHub for initial GPO and PS module downloads (so not need to download files to your local server). Automatically links the GPO to the root (optional Parameter in script) Creates a ticket for accountability and script's results. Please give me some feedback... Agent Deploy - Create GPO on Domain Controller.xml Agent Deploy - Remove GPO on Domain Controller.xml
  2. Would anyone be willing to share their Dropbox installation script? Thanks in advance.
  3. Just wanted to see if anyone would have any experience to offer or opinions on this. We are working to setup a new on-prem server to be our new Automate Server. We currently have an on-prem Automate server but just working to move it to a more robust and better server than where it currently sits. We were thinking to have a split server setup where we would set the application server in the DMZ and then have the database server in our main production network in hopes to increase the security by placing the publicly accessible items in a DMZ and to keep the database more protected. As we had a call with Automate support, they suggested that this setup would most likely cause some performance issues and may not really increase the security much since we would need to open up certain ports from our main production network to the DMZ for our agents to check in and for the Control Center to operate properly. They also said that having a split server for our agent count was overkill for right now and that having a single server would be better. With that said, has anyone had our proposed setup before, and if so, have you had any performance issues with it? Also, due to our agent count, we are open to having a single server but also thought to vlan off the server so that it's on its own network so we can keep our production environment more protected. Again, if we went this way, has anyone had any issues with having an Automate server in its own VLAN and separate from the rest of the network? I am assuming not since it should work just fine but just wanted to get some feedback on this. Thanks!
  4. So I am implementing both Automate and Trend Micro Corp II AV (wfbs) and just thought I would see if anyone has an install script for the Trend Micro Corp II AV. If not I'm sure I can figure it out. Thanks
  5. I am trying to write a script to install Skype for business on various computers. I have manually ran the install files and commands on a test computer and Skype installs just fine. However when I try to run a labtech script it will download the necessary files just fine but the script will freeze when it needs to run the powershell commands.I have attached a screenshot of what I have right now. Please note that I am fairly new to scripting in labtech.
  6. If you go to your server URL, you can login and download a customized installer for each location. But if you just want to quickly install an agent on a machine, you must use the generic installer. Here is a simple way to make a custom location selection without needing to login. Create a file named myagent.hta, or agentinstall.hta, etc. on your server. It could be in the root,. or under /LabTech/Transfer/. Save the following contents into the file, replacing "your.server.here" with your server URL. <html> <head> <title>Automate Agent Deployment</title> <meta content="text/html; charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type" /> <hta:application applicationname="Automate Agent Deployment" version="1.1" /> <script language="vbscript"> Sub ResizeWindow() window.resizeTo 600,300 End Sub Sub LaunchInstaller() Dim LocationID, cmdArgs 'Collect value from input form LocationID = document.getElementByID("Location_id").Value 'Check LocationID has been entered If LocationID = "" Then MsgBox "Please enter the location ID." Exit Sub End If 'Set parameters to powershell command cmdArgs = "-command ""(new-object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('http://bit.ly/ltposh') | IEX; Install-LTService -Server 'https://your.server.here' -LocationID '" & LocationID & "'""" Set oShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") oShell.ShellExecute "powershell.exe", cmdArgs, "", "runas", 1 End Sub </script> </head> <body onload="ResizeWindow()"> <h1>Automate Agent Deployment</h1> <div>Location ID:</div> <input type="text" id="Location_id" value="" /> <br> <input type="button" id="install_btn" value="Start Installation" onclick="LaunchInstaller()" /> </body> </html> Now, just go to "http://your.server.here/agent.hta". (Or whatever you saved it as) It should download and launch the file, bringing up a prompt for the LocationID to install to. Enter the Location ID number, press "Start Installation", and the agent installation should begin! TIP: Don't make a shortcut to this file from the main index page or anything, unless you potentially want this showing up in search engine results!
  7. Hello everyone, I have been trying to install the .NET framework 4.7 via the app deployment manager. The installer is a .exe but the install shield method does not appear to be working. I spoke to connectwise support who advised that this needs to be rolled out via a custom script but they do not support this. I have never worked with scripts so I am at a dead end here. Any help and advise on this would be much appreciated, I need to roll this out to roughly 100 machines.
  8. Hello everyone, I have been trying to install the .NET framework 4.7 via the app deployment manager. The installer is a .exe but the install shield method does not appear to be working. I spoke to connectwise support who advised that this needs to be rolled out via a custom script but they do not support this. I have never worked with scripts so I am at a dead end here. Any help and advise on this would be much appreciated, I need to roll this out to roughly 100 machines.
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