With the advent of Mac agent v3 and the unification of all MSP features under a single pane of glass, I was hoping that the Client Executive Summary report would get an upgrade. Currently, Macs do not report if the managed patch task is installed/scheduled, nor if it has run recently (or if devices are fully up-to-date). This makes the Client report for Mac environments almost effectively useless, since the numbers are ...more »
Apparently the backup of MAC clients is not available in the NCentral Version
In line with the single pane of glass , I would like to be able to perform mac backups from ncentral
On older Mac versions, there was the ability to run Manual Maintenance Tasks on the local device. This functionality seems to have been taken away in the latest Mac Agents, and I would like this to be brought back for Mac Agents.
Add support to N-central for native RDP support with Microsoft remote desktop application and drop the use of Cord that is no longer functional.
Would love the ability to print remotely from a client with a mac the way I can with a client who has a pc.
The option is there of course, but it's greyed out when I connect to mac computers from my pc using MSP Anywhere.
One of our office systems is a Mac Mini. I keep getting LOGICcards that say features are missing which are Windows only. Right now I have cards that it is missing Active Discovery, System Tray, Remote Background Management, and Patch Management.
With a more diverse workstation environment having the ability to deploy Connect2Help for MAC and Linux OS would be very helpful.
Really need an integrated backup feature that supports time machine offsite and via local speedvault. This and antivirus/antispyware inegration.
I don't understand why PC and MAC are not equal in Solarwinds MSP. Everything available for a PC should be available for a Mac.
Bitdefender has been touting their product for a while. A/V A/M are absolute necessities for Macs these days. I have seen topics open on this since 2013.
I think it is time to get this in place.
AV Defender is currently available for the Windows platform, however, there is no centralized AV for Mac devices.
I would like to be able to separate the updates that are applied to the Mac by operating system and other software at the very least. I have need to turn off some updates, but that can't be done without disabling all updates. Ideally, I would like even more control to disable updates for a particular piece of software. My use case for this ability is that Mac-MSP updated VirtualBox on my main workstation. I use VirtualBox ...more »
Customer would like to see the option to install the Mac agent as a server like we have available for the Windows agent where you can install the Windows agent onto a workstation as a server.