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  1. Deflect

    LabTech Data Dictionary

    At some point in your career with LabTech you'll be forced to work directly with the database. Normally the go-to recommendation are Chris Taylor's docs at: http://labtechconsulting.com/LT-DB/index.html however that schema hadn't been updated since 2015 with many large and small changes over the years. Also comments had been truncated leaving many cut off mid sentence? That being said I have a downloadable chm file available in the same style as the official ConnectWise Manage data dictionary in addition to that I also have an online version that's easy to use. I recommend the chm as those have nice vector graphs to visually show relationships as well as a more granular search! Online: LabTech Data Dictionary v12 I'll be updating them if anyone has any feedback or comments I can add in. Feel free to shoot me a message on here or on the LTG Slack "smeyer" LabTech_12_P8.chm
  2. FOira

    AD_Schema_Report

    Hello, Just wondering if anyone could shed some light as to what this report is all about and if there is anything in particular that I should be looking for in the report. Thanks, Francisco Oira
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