thirteentwentyCouldn't we do that with the forum, if we could get a "sub-forum" kind of thing going on like in the scripts area we could get some great monitoring/scripting/whatevers going on... the hard part would be the moderating of it...
ReedMikelI was hoping appl block list(s) would be directly integrated into our VSAs, as opposed to a forum post. That way we could all choose whether we want to use these centralized block lists simply by checking a box in our VSAs. "Set it and forget it"...
But a sub-forum would be a nice way to do it while we wait for Kaseya to integrate it directly into the core product.
CommanderI like this idea.
Testing it now on our test environment.
One question, i cant find where to report on what applications have been blocked? I get an email notification at the time, would like to then report monthly on what has been stopped from running.
Im guessing its in Reports>Logs>Alarm Log>Protection Violations.
Hoewever when i run it, i get nothing showing up, even though i have been testing it and should have a dozen or more listings there.
thirteentwentySorry just read your post
I use Reports>Logs>Alarm Log>*protection* and get the results that I need... give that a whirl and lemme know!
Is there a way to import a whole list of applications, or do they have to be added one at a time?
ReedMikelI wish I knew of a way. I manually input the list...
CommanderWhirlled away, doesnt appear to be working for me, any ideas?
thirteentwentyExcellent advice... but in one case, at least for us was (and this just happened a few days ago) was we had to let a few computers burn in the depths of mal/spy/ad-ware with naughty pop ups on a publicly visable computer to drive the point home for one client. After the sales rep had that "I told you so" conversation we were allowed to go in and remove local admin access on majority of the machines/users.
Those who are left in that group need it for specific applications that require local admin rights. Be mindful of these type of applications. They suck
ReedMikelSeems like a catch 22: if we disable Appl Blocker than malware might get launched. If we leave Appl Blocker on, no antivirus/animalware software can repair the threats