Heath Grim

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  • Heath Grim commented,

    This would be very helpful.

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I found this useful: https://support.pdq.com/knowledge-base/1243

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I push out UltraVNC and hide the tray icon as well as the Start Menu icons. I remove the tray icon by copying ultravnc.ini, which has a parameter that removes the tray icon into "C:\Program Files\...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I think this would be a great addition as well.  I'm the only admin in our environment so converting to Central Server doesn't make any sense when I can just RDP in the server hosting Deploy/Invent...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I think this makes sense and I hope this is something that can be added in a future release.

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I posted the text below in the forum you listed but I'll post it here as well.  Christian's script works well for me. I just wanted to mention that I've been able to upgrade a few PCs from Windows ...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I just wanted to mention that I've been able to upgrade a few PCs from Windows 10 v1703 x64 to v1803 with Christian's script and I haven't had any issues.  Depending on hardware, I've had this upgr...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    Robert, this is the response that I got from PDQ support when I asked about Inventory collections showing the correct number.  I'm not sure if the undocumented feature will help in your environment...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    I agree with Robert on this issue.  While we don't have the quantity of devices in Inventory as he does, it's quite frustrating to go to a collection after a deployment has ran only to see that it ...

  • Heath Grim commented,

    This is a Powershell script that I use to search for a shortcut and then delete it.  In this case, it is looking for an example.lnk file in desktop folder for each user's profile. Get-ChildItem C:\...