John Quilé

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  • John Quilé created a post,

    Is there a way to deploy entire package if computer goes offline during deployment?

    I've got a VPN client deployment upgrade I'm looking to do but for users on the VPN there's a catch 22 since they're connected to the VPN to receive the package, but will require closing the VPN du...

  • John Quilé created a post,

    Variable for currently signed in user in collection/scan?

    Is there a way to refer to the currently logged on user to use for scanning and collections?  For example if the currently logged on user is Tom.Smith, then can I have that as $CurrentLoggedOnUser ...

  • John Quilé created a post,

    Is there a way to deploy to a user no matter what computer they're on?

    If there's a "john.doe" in my organization is there  a way I can just tell PDQ deploy to deploy a packet to them? Or another way to phrase it, is there a way to deploy to any computer that they are...

  • John Quilé commented,

    So I'm still confused as to how the scheduling works when targetting PDQ Inventory collections. I have a PDQ deploy packaged Linked to a PDQ Inventory collection. The schedule is "Heartbeat" with a...

  • John Quilé commented,

    When you click a collection in PDQ Inventory it will say "Membership updating" in the top-right corner and force an update, refreshing members of the collection. I'm not sure if there's a way to ha...

  • John Quilé commented,

    Thanks I’ll give a try. Is there a way to set the update frequency of those collections? Updating “membership”?

  • John Quilé created a post,

    Deploy to online computers only?

    With PDQ Deploy can you schedule a deployment to computers when they're online only? I tried doing a heartbeat schedule but my deployment still has hundreds of individual computer deployments faili...

  • John Quilé created a post,

    HKCU Registry based collection?

    Is there a way to scan the HKCU registry hive of end-users logged on computers as to create a collection based on whatever keys/values I'm looking to create a collection of?

  • John Quilé commented,

    Ok thanks.  I will say that I didn't have this issue before I did two things: * Upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 * Upgraded to 16 from whatever version I was on before (I guess 13)

  • John Quilé commented,

    In total there are 10,111 AD objects.  1,039 of which are Computers.