MSP N-central

MSP Connect to show all monitors

Currently, when we use MSP Connect, we will only see one monitor. Where we do have the option to see the other monitor with a little "Monitors" button, it's not ideal as you still only see one monitor in a viable way. It would be great if we could expand the view to show both screens (or be more selective about which screens to show if there's more than 2) as it can make doing remote support that little bit easier.

Submitted by (@sabir.ahmed)

MSP Anywhere

Option for users to give support permission an x amount of time

sometimes engineers need to take control of a device when the user is in a meeting. as an example: the user gives permission to the support engineer to take control of the device, then the user go's to a meeting. The support engineer then needs to restart the device, but needs to call the user for permission again. This means that or the support engineer need to wait until the user is done with his meeting or call them ...more »

Submitted by (@yfrancken)

MSP N-central

"Inddicate to the end user" for MSP Connect should work on macOS

I tried to report this as a bug to customer support, but they told me to make a feature request, so here goes.

 

I can set in Remote Control Settings -> MSP Connect -> "Indicate to the end user when machine is being remote controlled". This setting does not make any difference on macOS clients.

 

Please fix this feature not working on macOS.

Submitted by (@henrik.huhtinen)

MSP N-central

Force MSP Connect to negotiate with new server

We have a LOT of issues where the device is either unreachable, or the connection is really bad and frequently disconnects. We've had a large number of techs test and when we're able to trick the agent into connecting to a new server in the pool the issue is resolved. It'd be nice to have something from the N-Central side to tell a device to re-negotiate with the server pools and get a connection (dump all config files, ...more »

Submitted by (@paultm)

MSP N-central

Improvements for MSP Connect

Show a pop-up window confirming the tech has disconnected from the session. We often stay connected accidentally or the client wants to be sure we are disconnected. We usually close the blue pop-up window showing that "So and So has Connected" remotely, but we also need a confirmation saying when we've DISconnected. Allow the End User to disconnect if desired. All other remote tools have this functionality. Also ...more »

Submitted by (@cyberdocsebastian)