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  1. I'm trying to get some clarity on where we stand on deploying the Windows Updates that address CVE-2020-1472. And in the case of Windows 10/Server 2016/Server 2019, we need to be able to account for when/if the appropriate August 2020 Updates were installed and not just the most recent ones. I'm probably missing something in Automate that could readily help me account for -or demonstrate- this information. (It looks to me like the Patch Manager is making an effort to deal with "supersedence", but that's for a separate thread.) Currently, I'm in the middle of creating a simple t
  2. Has anyone found a way to generate reports from Mac devices from Labtech?
  3. I'm relatively new to Automate reporting and simply trying to modify the specified date range to view historic disk usage. The default "Performance Review" and "Drive Detail" reports display somewhat useful data, but I'm struggling with modifying the date range to go beyond 30 days. Anyone have any suggestions?
  4. I would like to be able to define groups of reports that can be run and/or scheduled all at once with a single operation. We want to create a standard package of monthly reports, and it would be far easier to schedule for each client if it were a group of reports being scheduled, with a single schedule entry, rather than each individual report, one at a time. We will also run a similar package of reports in preparation for each QBR meeting, and the same thing applies - it's far easier to click go on a single item and get all the reports I need, than to have to kick off each report individually
  5. Curious question for you guys... I have recently started noticing in both my Computer Health Standards reports, and in the Standards & Health Plugin... that almost all of my agents are getting dinged on score, for one of the Patch Recommendation checks.. Specifically, it's complaining about "Missing Security Baseline Patch". Question is, does anyone have info on exactly what this baseline is, and how it is checked. I am seeing this almost across the board, and on agents who show 100% patching scores in in Patch Manager. Just looking for any info on how these checks are run,
  6. I am discovering the usefulness of EDF's can this information be included in reports. Or is there any way to get the status of a site from a consolidated view instead of navigating into each system individually? Thanks.
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