Michael Yorke

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  • Michael Yorke created a post,

    Feature Request: Pin or favourite frequently used collections

    Hi, I seem to have a lot of collections and use the search bar to navigate around, rather than scrolling. However, I find the collection I use the most is the built-in "All Computers" collection an...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Hi Shaun, Just remember that the script is just handling whether the users wants to run the upgrade now or later, then the PDQ deploy schedule handles running the script on machines which don't hav...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Hi Hayden,  I'm using the original script which Sam referred to in his original post. I haven't yet had the time to look at the toast popup he later referred to. I'm using the original script to pr...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Hi Mark, We use Central Server mode, so the database and main repo is stored at HQ. In PDQ Deploy, I have set the repository path to a DFS-N share, shown below. Each site therefore resolves this pa...

  • Michael Yorke created a post,

    Best-Practice? Using PDQ across international sites

    Hello, We have 3 sites spread across the globe, connected via VPN, with the PDQ server in the main HQ. Connectively to the remote sites is pretty poor as they are so far away, so characterised by h...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Hi, I just signed in to say how brilliant the script is - thanks so much.I had a user contact me recently saying his laptop doesn't last very long when running on battery, so I ran a health report ...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Thanks Dagannoth Rex,  I didn't know PDQ could do this. It seem this powershell script would take care of updating PDQ once I had the installer downloaded and sitting in a folder called the version...

  • Michael Yorke created a post,

    PDQ deploy & Webhooks

    Hi, I used visualping to monitor half a dozen webpages for vendors release notes. When a new version of an application is updated, the webpage gets updated, but ususlly the download link remains th...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Brilliant post. Thanks for taking the time to share.  It would be great to have this level of functionality and message customisation baked into PDQ. One question. How can I put an expiry timer on ...

  • Michael Yorke commented,

    Hi Ryan I haven't tried 2020 yet, but I get exactly what you describe with 2019. The deploymet just times out, but it does work. The install logs confirm it. I'll probably get around to looking at ...