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.
IF you recommend action X, let me apply it and deselect devices as needed
Compare outbound traffic, especially when it's new and excessive, to known botnet's targets and methods. I would love to be aware if I had rogue traffic going to same IPs as know botnets.
We would like to see an easy way to print out one or more cards from the dashboard interface. The most logical option would be a "Print" button next to the "Assign," "Snooze," and "Dismiss" buttons at the bottom of a card. A button that prints all cards in the list or lets the user choose multiple cards to print would also be helpful. When the print button is clicked, the card(s) could be displayed in a print-friendly ...more »
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.
Other PSA's need to be supported for the purpose of ticketing.
"No ServiceDesk users in your organization. Click to learn about ServiceDesk." when the Assign button is clicked. An alternative approach would be to have the LogicCard alerts automatically email to an email address.
Hi, is it possible to recover a dismissed card?
And a follow up request based on that question is to please move the "Dismiss all" button to another corner of the interface, I clicked "Dismiss all" when I wanted to sort of level of importance and now the cards are gone.
Is it possible to get a summary of all the different kinds of logiccards available to show? As of now, they appear in the dashboard and we have no opportunity to use this as a proactive step in a salesperspective.
HP (and probably others) announces critical server fixes (like critical BIOS upgrades).
Could be nice to get info on which servers are affected.
A. We need to be able to retrieve dismissed logiccards. The undo isn't enough. We need an undelete. B. I would like to use the data to query my own information. Right now we at the mercy of LogicNow pushing what LogicNow thinks is relevant to MSP businesses. We would rather be able to extract the data were looking for. C. We need to be able to manage permissions to LogicCards. Not all users need to be able to dismiss, ...more »
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.
I would LOVE to see Max Backup data in LogicCards also. IE: How many backups did not succeed last night... How many servers have old agents that did not take an update of Max Backup.... How many PCs have never run a backup successfully... or even deeper info: How many PCs have a backup window that is too short for the dataset To me, that sort of data would be very useful to see in our RM in LogicCards. Since we are ...more »
The Logic Card "MAV: Viruses on the rise" arrived a month late. The data plot indicates the campaign peaked the end of October rendering an end of November notification unhelpful.
Given the mercurial nature of "malware campaigns" propagation trends need to be reported as soon as the indicators are statistically significant.
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.
Give us a kind of permanent login for LogicCards, just lik in any other App Model.
Today, the user who login to the dashboard, always have to login in LogicCards seperately. This is annoying.
My suggestion is to leave the login valid, as long tas he user revokes the use of LogicCards.