Powershell

Get connected NICs and speed

Makes a powershell call to get connected NICs and their connection speed. Can report using $NICs$

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SMBv1 Enable (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to enable SMBv1.

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SMBv1 Disable (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to disable SMBv1.

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SMBv1 Status (Win 8.1 and 10)

Script makes a powershell query to get SMBv1 status. Writes result to procedure log. Can report using $smbv1$

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Programs Installed within X days (w/ blacklist)

Searches registry for installed programs in both HKLM and USERS. Table of results will be saved in the Docs tab of the agent. Can report using $ProgInstallX$ Script uses 3 variables that can be set manually by editing the script if additional filters are desired. Those fields can be used to specify the 1) number…

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Programs Installed (Prompt for Name)

Script prompts for a program name to search for. Script goes through Add/Remove Programs and creates a list of all programs that contain the requested prompted name. Output is written to Agent Procedure log, uploaded to Documents, and email sent to the Kaseya Admin that executed the script. Can report using $ProgInstalled$. Additional filters are…

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Programs Installed within X days

Script prompts for number of days days. Searches registry for installed programs in both HKLM and USERS. Table of results will be saved in the Docs tab of the agent. Can report using $ProgInstallX$ Script uses 3 variables that can be set manually by editing the script if additional filters are desired. Those fields can…

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Enable Private Remote Connections (RDP)

his Agent Procedure performs a registry change and verifies the registry keys to make sure that remote connections (RDP) are allowed. Can report using $EnableRemoteConn$.

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Device Manager – Detect Problems

Puts 2 files in the Documents tab of the agent: systemhw.txt and systemhwprobs.txt. Outputs any problems to the procedure log as a list of devices. Can report using $DeviceMgr$ and $OOD$.

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