Brandon Feemster

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Latest activity by Brandon Feemster
  • Brandon Feemster created a post,

    Removing Old Printers

    We have some old network printers that no longer exist that we need to remove. They were added by users simply clicking on the shared printer icon, which would then display the word "connecting", a...

  • Brandon Feemster created a post,

    Uninstall All Versions of Office

    I am using the Uninstall Microsoft Office 3.1 package which looks like it is supposed to uninstall all versions of Office. I did a test run on a PC and it finished fairly quickly and said it was su...

  • Brandon Feemster commented,

    I had the "Exit" command in there and it still would get stuck. I ended up figuring out how to get it to work by creating my bat file like this: start /d "C:\Program Files (x86)\xyzprogrampath\" xy...

  • Brandon Feemster created a post,

    Step stuck on Running

    I am trying to launch a program (.exe) on users computers. I have tried it via a cmd step and also by calling a .bat. The program is actually launching fine but the step in PDQ Deploy gets stuck on...

  • Brandon Feemster created a post,

    Uninstall of a program not working.

    I am trying to uninstall a program called Out n About from all of our users PC's. I grabbed the uninstall code from PDQ Inventory. I've tried running it from both PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory and i...

  • Brandon Feemster commented,

    Thanks Christian, that worked. I cant believe it was that simple.

  • Brandon Feemster commented,

    Sure, here you go.

  • Brandon Feemster created a post,

    File Copy not working

    I am trying to do a simple file copy of a .lnk file that is on a network drive to users desktops. PDQ Deploy is saying that it is successful, but it's not working. I am using the "File copy" step. ...

  • Brandon Feemster commented,

    Ah, ok. Perfect. Changing it to "Any" did the trick.

  • Brandon Feemster commented,