Rob Poling

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  • Rob Poling created a post,

    Bitwarden desktop client

    It'd be great to have the Bitwarden desktop client available in the package library given its popularity and free/open-source nature.

  • Rob Poling created a post,

    Uninistall Office 365 package not working for some machines

    Hello, I've noticed the package library uninstaller for Office 365 doesn't work for newer installs of 365, as Microsoft has changed the program name to "Microsoft 365 apps for business", which I as...

  • Rob Poling commented,

    I'll have to try that the next time I have files to clean up.

  • Rob Poling created a post,

    Feature Request- Unused Files Cleanup

    Small request, but it would be nice to have a checkbox to select all the unused files in the cleanup window instead of selecting them one by one to delete.

  • Rob Poling commented,

    You can run the Office 365 installer as an install step instead of a command step. That should eliminate the need to pull from the network share, as it'll use PDQ Deploy's push function instead. Se...

  • Rob Poling commented,

    I must've missed the announcement, and my boss is the one who gets the emails. Thanks.

  • Rob Poling commented,

    That would explain it... Does that mean when we go to renew, we'll have to pay $500/license now, or are they honoring the "renewal is based on original purchase price" policy?

  • Rob Poling created a post,

    You have an updated license

    I've never seen this before. Any idea what it indicates? Our license doesn't expire for another month at least, and the "More Information" link just takes me to the version comparison page.

  • Rob Poling commented,

    I added another layer because there are a few specific PCs I needed to exclude from this collection (hence the top level "All" filter and the "Not Any" at the bottom), but the relevant part is in r...

  • Rob Poling commented,

    That worked for me except that the top-level group filter needed to be "Any", not "All". Thanks