Printer Health Status
Mr Keigher posted on the Labtech forums that wouldn’t it be great if there was a Printer Status Plugin for Labtech that could show if there were any issues with a printer and maybe even interact with a failed printer. Well Marty your ship has come in! Let me introduce you to your… Continue reading
Cubert has created another simple auditing script for Kaseya Agent procedures. This script grabs all the users and groups in the Local Administrators Group of any Windows system and saves then to a file on the Kserver. Every time the script runs it will upload and compare the files for differences. If it finds that a user or group was added… Continue reading
Agent Procedure “GetActiveADUsers” is a small script I created that grabs the list of all “active” users in all OU’s and pipes that information along with their email addresses to a file. The script then grabs file and stores that file in the GetFile Area inside Kaseya. The script is also setup… Continue reading
Need another Kaseya agent procedure? Here is one I use alot.
This article describes the TCP Chimney Offload, Receive Side Scaling (RSS), and Network Direct Memory Access (NetDMA) and other features that are available for the TCP/IP protocol inside of Windows. I have spent probably hundreds of hours on cases involving TCP Offloading and I know most of… Continue reading
Are you having VSS issues? Need a script to launch when either errors are reported or as a point and shoot script to repair VSS writer issues? Well Cubert has created a new VSS script that is fairly simple in nature but gets the job done nicely. This Kasey Agent Procedure was written for Kaseya 6+ RMM and has 2 parts.
Part… Continue reading
Out of the skunkworks here at Squidworks comes a new Kaseya Agent Procedure. This procedure (Script) pulls all members of privileged accounts groups like Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins and stores it to the GETFILE location on your K-Server. Also viewable using LiveConnect -> Agent Data -> GetFile Tab. You can add and remove groups from the VBScript to match your needs… Continue reading
Here is a Visual Basics script I put together which will list all of the Access Control Lists (ACL’s) for all folders in a particular directory.
It allows you to specify a start point and a max depth to recurse.