Brad McClave

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  • Brad McClave created a post,

    Farewell

    Today is my last day with my current employer.  I do not know what my new employer uses yet.  As such, I just wanted to say farewell since this current username will go dark after today.  I have co...

  • Brad McClave commented,

    Not a perfect solution as I didn't chase down anything better but I created a tool for launching the Dell warranty and automatically inputting the serial number of the asset in question:  Powershel...

  • Brad McClave commented,

    Then what you would want is what's called a Heartbeat scan.  When PDQ detects a 'heartbeat' of a computer added to the system, it can be setup to trigger events like a scan or deployment.

  • Brad McClave commented,

    FYI, the agent is now EOL.

  • Brad McClave commented,

    MsiExec.exe is a Windows installer application that is called on to install or uninstall .msi package.  If you just run it from a command line, it lists out all the command line switches.  /qn is q...

  • Brad McClave commented,

    Do you have an option to allow scripts from specific users?

  • Brad McClave commented,

    Typically, uninstalls look like this:  MsiExec.exe /qn /norestart /X{xxxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxx-AC5D-85127CF67051}

  • Brad McClave commented,

    An alternate way to think about it: when the license key is entered, does it create a registry entry?  If so, create a scanner for that, then a dynamic group based on the results of that scan.  You...

  • Brad McClave commented,

    If you right click the application and choose uninstall, it should show you the command to uninstall. If it is a .exe, be sure to include the /S or it will not work. If it is a .MSI be sure to us...

  • Brad McClave created a post,

    Remove Old Applications

    One example, several of my computers have multiple versions of OneDrive installed under different users profiles. This kind of makes reporting a bit of a pain. Is there a way to trigger either PD...