Then Android App needs a setting to be able to block notifications. It floods my phone with notifications on LogicCards and I had to uninstall it.
Like button or 1-5 stars rating to give a better feedback to development + better machine learning on what card types I like.
HP (and probably others) announces critical server fixes (like critical BIOS upgrades).
Could be nice to get info on which servers are affected.
It would be great if we could edit logic cards so we can edit what checks we see. This way we can better monitor issues for our clients
Whenever we have cleared our cookies and cache, we need to login again to logicCARDS (every morning actually). My question is this: Because you have used a shade of grey (no pun intended), that is so near white, it can be very difficult to see where to actually enter your credentials and PW. Would it be possible to make the areas of entry a darker colour, so that we don't have to use extra time on something like this? ...more »
I would like a check for vulnerability check not running for 7 days or more or never run.
I don't know if LogicCards could do this but it would be nice to go to the client with available information on maintenance windows.
If a user upgrades to Windows 10 - let us know it with logic cards. Or... In the summary tab by stating when the productname changed from 7,8.1 or whatever to 10.
Please create a LogicNow card that lists the computers still running IE 7-10 like the card for Firefox please.
I would like to see a resolved option for LogicCards. We don't always assign a card to one specific tech. It would be nice if the tech that resolves the issue was able to mark it resolved and it would automatically remove it from LogicCards.
It would be great to get notification of some system settings that were either changed or may in a susceptible state. I.E. if UAC has been reduced or turned off or if System Restore has been turned off or is inactive. Sometimes these settings get turned off for various reasons and not turned back on. It would be very proactive to see and correct these items before the system is compromised.
Notifications of patches causing application crashes is awesome. What would make it more awesome is being able to see a list of all of my machines that have that patch installed, or pending. I know I can get that from Patch Management but having the list in the logic card, or a link to the Patch Management report with those parameters would be great.