[Kaseya Agent Procedure] Mac OSX Diagnostic data collection scripts

On April 14, 2012, in How-to, Scripting, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

Collect Application, Network, Firewall, Ethernet and Diagnostic information from Mac OSX

Download Here -> MacOSX Diagnostics

Cubert (Me) has been tasked with learning and creating useful scripts for Mac OSX systems. Here are some of the first scripts to come out. Our techs requested after the first week using the tools in Kaseya what would help make job just a bit easier and they reported back wanting some basic information stored in Kaseya that keeps them from having to access system to confirm settings.

 

That spawned on a quick set of scripts that go out and collect the following information and stores it in a text file inside Kaseya available in the “Get File” area inside LiveConnect -> Agent Data Select Get File tab or during a hover over a orb when pop out information window shows up you can click “Get File”. Each file is named based on test run and makes for quick access to Applications and firewall settings.

Enjoy

Cubert  😎

1 Response » to “[Kaseya Agent Procedure] Mac OSX Diagnostic data collection scripts”

  1. zahurulislam says:

    > Agent Data Select Get File tab or during a hover over a orb when pop out information window shows up you can click “Get File”. Each file is named based on test run and makes for quick access to

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