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Data Export log is a good example. Several months worth of data and the Data Export link will take forever to load in a browser (assuming it doesn't time out).
This file should be limited to 2 weeks or 30 days worth of exports. Then should roll over and provide a link to older copies.
Schedule exports like back up jobs
-Partners are having difficulty with ETLs running during the day and slowing down reports they are running
-Resource consumption of the SQL server during business hours
Right now Log Level can be set per Device or across the board.
Log Level should be an option from the All Devices view as well
When you get the prompt that the policy is out of date, re-saving in Automation Manager should upgrade it.
Right now it needs to be re-made from scratch
Sample Patch Feature update to Windows 10, version 1803 Description: Install the latest update for Windows 10: the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. KB Number: 4345421 Release Date: 2018-07-17 Classification: Upgrades Severity: Unspecified Status: Needed Approval: No Approval Products: -- Superseded: No Removable: No Restart Behaviour: Can Request Reboot Request User Input: No Installed Exclusively: ...more »
When using an LDAP Account under user management, its possible to type into the password box and then it becomes a require field before other changes in user management can be saved.
This is a problem when browsers use cached passwords or if you just accidentally put info into the box.
Implement some kind of feature that prevents additional instances of console.exe from spawning with every user that logs into a terminal server.
Printer Cover Status service is limited and can't be used with service templates.
Specifically with removal templates where the index or description is a required field.
Patches with No Approval or Declined seem to report under "Nofiy if not actioned in X Days"
There should be an option to Not Report a Failure for Not Approved Patches
Example, if someone declines the Windows 10 Anniversary Update for a month, their patch patch status v2 should not report failed for that period. They shouldn't expect to have to adjust thresholds to avoid seeing Failures
Give options to search by Date, or filter by Date.
Options to search by Date when patches were approved or declined.
Scheduled task profiles don't follow execution time outs.
Tasks that execute against offline devices get stuck in Pending until successfully executed
Under the Executive Summary Report >> Asset Management / Server and Network Warranty in Report Manager it puts the MAC workstations under Server Network instead of endpoints or workstation warranty
This should be changed