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Documenting with PowerShell Chapter 3: Local Administrator Passwords solution

As a good administrator does we always try to change the local administrator password on computers that we hand-out to clients, and disable it, so we only have to enable it when it’s required. Unfortunately changing it is sometimes forgotten during any process. Microsoft makes this easy when implementing LAPS. LAPS is a solution by…

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Documenting with PowerShell: Chapter 2 – Documenting Bitlocker keys

Our RMM system currently does not have support to securely store the bitlocker key inside of the RMM system itself. I’ve subscribed to the school of bitlocking everything that passes through my company, So also computers that sometimes never get connected to Azure AD, Active Directory to store the key in. We also get users…

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Connectwise: Quick Time Entry Form

After releasing the Autotask Quick Time Entry Form I’ve gotten so many responses by MSP’s that loved it, and also some requesting a Connectwise version, or wishing for a CW version. Guess what?! I’m making dreams come true today! This is my first Connectwise integration, and I had some great help from some friends that…

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Autotask Quick Time Entry

Autotask’s app for iOS and Android isn’t the greatest app ever made, because of this our on-site engineers do not always enter time-entries because it’s too much of a hassle. So to make sure that time entries are added on time by them I’ve created a quick web application to enter the time entries easily…

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Monitoring with PowerShell Chapter 3: Monitoring and remediating Windows Feature Update status

With the advent of Windows 10 all MSP’s are faced with a new challenge: How do we manage the different Windows 10 Feature versions and how do we make sure we can automatically upgrade our clients to the latest version of the Windows 10 OS? Microsoft has not made feature updating very straightforward, and sometimes…

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