MSP N-central

Automation Manager: FTP Errors, but ResultString stays empty

On the download ftp file object in Automation manager, if the result isn't 0, the ResultString stays empty. If you look into the logs, you have the error next to the name of te object. That is the whole point of having a ResultString output, to output the error message into this. I'm guessing this is by far the only object in Automation Manager that has this flaw. I would like to output this error to nCentral, but I do ...more »

Submitted by (@robbys)

MSP N-central

Mail custom made powershell output as body

Could you make it possible that when a automation script has been run we can put the output of the script into the body of an e-mail without having to mail it through a self defined smtp server. Now i use the Nofication Sussess Failed and Send task output file in Email. But this is in a zipped file and i would like to have it as the Body of the mail. Maybe you can make a output to body of nofication mail in the automation ...more »

Submitted by (@twijbrandts)

MSP N-central

Adding customer name and site to email alerts

When creating an automation policy, I need a way to include the customer ID and the Site and the machine id in N-central (not necessarily the net bios name) in an email that is being sent out. If i could pull this information into a variable that would be great. An email that only contains the computer name is not very useful with you have thousands of computers.

Submitted by (@joe.schmid)

MSP N-central

Accept Booleans as Check Boxes for Automation Policies

It would be nice to be able to use booleans in an automation policy with the added effect of allowing certain input parameters to only show when certain boxes are checked. This would allow for more complex and user friendly Automation Policies without the need to give the user to many options when they are running specific Automation Policies. To give a small example, I have a disk cleanup script that has multiple sections ...more »

Submitted by (@psaeryn)