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)

MSP Remote Monitoring & Management

Script testing via advanced monitoring agent

I often have trouble getting powershell and other scripts to work via automated tasks. I can run them directly on the server or workstation and they work just fine, but then I run into trouble when running it as a task. The frustration is that it takes a while to run the tasks through the dashboard, so you end up running and waiting. Then it errors out so you come back to it, modify your script or config, run it again... ...more »

Submitted by (@skinneejoe)

MSP N-central

PowerShell Asset Discovery

Like it is possible to do SNMP Asset Discovery, it would be nice to have this also for PowerShell objects. You ask for a list of powershell objects, and this information will then be included in asset scan and can than be used as asset information for service templates:

Examples: different sheduled tasks, different DHCP scopes, ...

Submitted by (@robbys)

MSP Remote Monitoring & Management

New Shell for Remote Background Feature

Starting with Windows Build Build 1497, Powershell is to replace the command prompt as the default shell and signalling the end is near for the command shell sub-system. Please change the shell to Powershell in the Remote Background feature before it becomes unavailable/unusable (or give us the option choose the shell via a policy). https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/11/17/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-14971-for-pc/#3dUWruqyP1tX5x0V.97 ...more »

Submitted by (@alanhelbush)