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How to show only the running deployments?

Hi Everyone,

How can I show only the deployments that are actively running? The ID icon changes for running and finished deployments, but I don't seem to be able to filter on this header to show only the running deployments. I would like to do this for "All Deployments" and a single deployment. I know if I select more than one deployment for a package, I can see all the computers for those selected deployments in that package, but sometimes the running deployments get buried under the finished deployments and they are hard to find.

Similar to this, it would also be handy to filter on failed deployments under a package, too.

Can someone let me know how to filter on this deployment status (not to be confused with the status of each computer)? Thank you.



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  • I do not believe this is currently possible. The closest I know how to get is to highlight every deployment and sort/group by the target's Status.

    You can also query the database with something like this:

    sqlite3.exe "C:\ProgramData\Admin Arsenal\PDQ Deploy\Database.db" "SELECT DeploymentId, Status FROM Deployments WHERE Status <> 'Finished';"
  • Colby, thanks for the info. The SQL command worked perfectly. It would still be nice if there was a way to see this within the GUI.

  • +1 Please add this as a feature to the GUI. This is a major pain point for us.


  • +1. Please add this to the GUI. It becomes very hard to find running packages.

  • Thank you for your request. We have an internal feature request ticket for this, but I have no ETA on when/if it will be implemented.

  • Donovan Capel Joe Frank Faizan Nihal

    We added the Status column to the Deployments page in This allows you to sort, filter, and group to find Running deployments.