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  1. Using Automate, I am trying to locate/create a report that will show me the OS build number of my endpoints. As build 2004 is being released I want to see who is on what. I looked in the canned reports and also under DataViews and am not able to locate this information. Am I missing it? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
  2. Hi All, Following an update to 1809, we have had issues with definitions for any Windows 10 machine with Intune (or just the vanilla Windows Defender). Turns out the 'RemediationEXE' referenced by the LT default definition no longer exists. I create the below definition which seems to work fine - thought I'd share with you all! 😀 Name: Windows Defender 10 AV Process: msmpeng* Program Location: {%_if|{%_ne|{%-HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Defender:DisableAntiVirus-%}|1_%}|{%-HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Defender:InstallLocation-%}MsMpEng.exe_%} Definition Location
  3. We are a small tech team servicing multiple clients (mostly dents offices) and many do have windows 10 computers. Due to what Microsoft has changed to their updates some updates cannot be pushed by labtech and need to be done manually. How are ya'll handling pushing these updates that labtech is not pushing. Is there a script we can create to push these big update such as the version 1809? Is the plugins4automate Patch-Remedy a good option? Anyone use it?
  4. Geeks, Patching your Patch Engine, Microsoft’s Windows Update Agent (WUA) is an agent program that works in conjunction with Windows Server Update Services to support automated patch delivery and installation. Labtech uses this agent to help determine what patches are needed by each Windows system and deploys them. Microsoft often updates the WUA which increases the detection of missing patches more current then the installed version of WUA. This can cause you to get a perception that your patching is up to date when in actuality your massively behind. There is mor
  5. The purpose of this script is to collect license data for windows from a workstation and populate EDFs. There are monitors included that can be used to collect license data and report on any potential issues. Directions: Import the XML expansion first, this includes the script and EDF values. Once the EDFs are installed, import the monitor SQL Create an Alert Template on the Licensing - Refresh License Data monitor to run the script. This will refresh KMS/Eval based licenses daily, MAK/Retail/OEM licenses generally will never need to be refreshed since they don't expi
  6. We just extended the beta of Chocolatey for Automate and released build 3.0.0.16 today https://www.plugins4labtech.com/blogs/blog/chocolatey-for-automate-beta-gets-extended
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