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Custom Kaseya Reports – an easy fix

28 September 2011

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Hey there, long time no post. I’m getting a least a couple of emails every month asking about building custom Kaseya reports. Kaseya reporting out of the box can be nasty and in my opinion K2 took a backward step on a handful of reporting features (a step forward in a lot of ways too!) […]

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Patch 3rd party apps with Kaseya Scripts & Ninite

14 January 2011

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Marcus on the Kaseyascripts yahoo group sent out a blast a couple of days ago about a new update to Ninite. For those that haven’t heard of Ninite before, its a tool that enables you to prepackage autoinstallers for common apps, quickly, easily and without digging around for a bunch of command line switches – […]

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Kaseya odds & ends and some MSP marketing stuff…

29 November 2010

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I’ve been neglecting this blog for the last several months as have had quite a lot on my plate. Basically, between myself and some other business friends we secured a sizeable chunk of government funding to deliver workshops to small business owners around online marketing. So between consulting and workshops and being on the road […]

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Another great Kaseya scripting/autoinstaller tool

1 August 2010

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I think I’ve said this in a previous post but I’ll say it again, the KaseyaScripts Yahoo Group often has some gold in it. Subscribe by emailing KaseyaScripts-subscribe AT yahoogroups.com Here’s a great app/tool Yan from Jointtech posted about this week: Ninite.com for creating scripted autoinstallers….timely post for me as I need to create some […]

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Kaseya Scripts – 2008 + K2 Script packs

21 July 2010

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Long time no see!… I’ve been on the road for a bit involved with various projects over the last couple of months and have been insanely busy so very few updates from me. Thought I’d post a quick one anyway particularly for those who aren’t subscribed to the Yahoo user groups for Kaseya. Couple of […]

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Disable AVG Shell Extension Kaseya Script

27 April 2010

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Here’s a quick post – this one annoyed me today and couldn’t see anything in the Kaseya forums. It annoys me that AVG Corporate has such a bad name/reputation in the wild because of its association with AVG Free. As such, several MSPs I work with want to keep the AVG name away from users […]

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How to Configure Kaseya Antivirus/Kaseya Endpoint Security (KES)

12 April 2010

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Have been seeing a lot on the net lately about KES (Kaseya Endpoint Security) working/not working, how AVG works great or how its rubbish. Personally, I love KES (my recent rant aside) To me, you could easily double the value you get out of Kaseya by switching all your clients to KES. Its not really […]

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Argh! AVG9 headaches & crashing: Kaseya (the company) drives me nuts sometimes

31 March 2010

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@RANT RANT RANT…CRASH CRASH CR#@fdsflnv So if you follow me on twitter you’ll have seen my rant I had a few days ago about AVG9 problems and server freezing & crashing along with some stuff directed to @kaseyacorp re actively notifying clients of known issues. Tweet

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Using Kaseya BUDR Imaging to backup your Kaseya setup? You could have a problem…

23 March 2010

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Using Kaseya BUDR Imaging to backup your Kaseya setup? You could have a problem…

I was in the process of setting up BUDR imaging of a Kaseya setup for a client today and realized that using Kaseya BUDR to backup Kaseya, could potentially have a major flaw…. Tweet

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Server disk space monitoring with Kaseya

1 March 2010

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I’ve seen MSPs burn hours applying customized monsets to monitor server disk drive space for different drive letters. Here’s how I do it, simple and effective: 1-I use the in-built disk space alert and set this to alert at 3% free I find 3% gives me the right balance to capture low disk alerts for […]

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