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It would be really nice if the Rules page had a column similar to All Devices / Active Issues whose icons would light based on which tabs had active settings. For example: Funnel : Devices to Target Computer : Network Device Configuration Options Smartphone : Mobile Device Configuration Options Meshed Gears : Scheduled Task Profiles Magnifying Glass : Monitoring Options Calendar : Maintenance Windows People : Grant Customers ...more »
NAbleWinds should rebase the agent on .NET Standard and Automation Manager on Powershell Core. You'll open up a massively common codebase across Windows, Mac, and Linux and enable a single automation platform as well as, in large cases, common automation objects and policies, repositioning NCentral as *the* cross-platform RMM ecosystem.
There's two parts to this feature request. I want a new type of Reboot Maintenance Window added (or add an option to the existing Scheduled Reboot Maintenance Window). This reboot would only occur if Reboot Required is true; otherwise its options would resemble the existing reboot maintenance windows. Use case here is different devices or clients have different acceptable windows to restart systems. Having the Reboot ...more »
I want to be able to specify the drive and path that AVD uses to cache updates for dependent endpoints. Any image-based backup has to deal with extreme rate of change from AVD Update servers as it recreates the entire definition set from the small updates it receives from BitDefender.
If we could change the cache location to another volume we can exclude that volume and its volatile data from backup.
I want to be able to order the tasks in a Scheduled Task Profile, eg: 1. Push 3rd Party SW 2. Run Script A 3. Run Script B 4. Run AMP Z 5. Run Script C Further, I want to be able to indicate that processing should continue only if the preceding step(s) completed successfully. Right now, the sections are independent of one another, and the items are listed alphabetically (with no notion of whether that's their execution ...more »
I want to be able to see what Rules, etc are dependent upon a given filter, template, etc.
ie, if I delete a filter, I see a prompt that I shouldn't do that if there are associated rules, but there's no way short of examining *every rule* to know what the associations are.