Mike Pullen

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  • Mike Pullen commented,

    I'm aware of the "Stop Deploying once they succeed" option, but it is a bit obtuse: it's not obvious whether an installation on a specific machine has succeeded without digging deeper than works fo...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    Tom, something like Cameyo free packager might help in a situation like this, if not to actually allow the app to run with Admin permissions (I've never tried that), at least to see what files and ...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    Here's what my ticket says: "There are many situations in which I need to be able to trigger, from a workstation or otherwise on demand, all deployments that apply to that workstation (from all sch...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    Shaun, thank you for bringing this up on the webcast! (I only was able to see a smidge of the end of it...) I'm submitting a ticket referring back to this thread... Perhaps if several of us do that...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    It seems like it would be pretty trivial to create a way to have the Agent "trigger" deployments, say when run remotely with a certain switch... I'm imagining this as something that could be called...

  • Mike Pullen created a post,

    Automatically install Agent on new devices

    What's the process to automatically deploy the PDQ agent to new machines or to machines that are otherwise missing the agent? Thank you, Mike

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    Yes-- the "ID" column should have a "running" filter, or "status" should be its own column that can be filtered by (running, success, fail). Correlative to this thought-- is there a way to view a p...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    Yes. We've blacklisted access to the PDQ agent server and our outside IP no longer appears. That seems a hammer solution where a screwdriver would be more appropriate. So, what's the screwdriver so...

  • Mike Pullen created a post,

    How does PDQ Inventory determine what IP address to show?

    Some of our workstations show our district's "external" IP address (216.x.x.x) in Inventory instead of their internal LAN (10.x.x.x) addresses. When this happens, custom packages fail to deploy to ...

  • Mike Pullen commented,

    (A happy side effect of this process is, that I can do dir c:_tstools on any machine to see a quick list of software deployed to that machine...)