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Get More Out Of ConnectWise Automate With Integrations

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Get More Out Of ConnectWise Automate With Integrations

Plugins4Automate.com is the largest supplier of free and subscription addons to ConnectWise Automate. Below is a list of plugins created just for the Automate platform, come take some of our plugins for a test drive, You will be glad you did! ADMON Admin Group Monitor Plugin Used to monitor and restore changes made to your local administrators group. Agent Status PluginAgent Status tries to replicate the Agent -> Status view on the Kaseya RMM tool Announce Maintenance PluginSend out a Windows popup message with a personal message from your MSP politely asking them to leave their desktops running to allow the...

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Chocolatey For Automate latest release helps throttling on public repositories

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Chocolatey For Automate latest release helps throttling on public repositories

Plugins4Automate has released ChocolateyForAutomate with it's new "Snail" scheduler and Script delay features available.  Why is this important? As a measure to increase site stability and prevent excessive use, the Chocolatey website uses rate limiting on requests for the community repository. Rate limiting was introduced in November 2018. Most folks typically won't hit rate limits unless they are automatically tagged for excessive use. If you do trigger the rate limit, you will see a (429) Too Many Requests when executing Chocolatey on your agents. To help prevent triggering rate limiters the ChocolateyForAutomate plugin deploys several new tactics during automation.  #1 The plugin can be...

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Chocolatey For Automate - Enable and Disable by Location

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Chocolatey For Automate - Enable and Disable by Location

Plugins4Automate has been busy this week with several feature update requests which adds new functionality to Chocolatey For Automate.  A new Location management tool has been deployed to allow you to control applications at the location level inside Automate. Requested and given the thumbs up by several of our support forum users this new feature will save you time when managing lots of agents in many different locations. Come check out Chocolatey For Automate (Build 3.0.0.38) and see what it can do you you!    

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Whats the difference between Chocolatey for LabTech and Chocolatey for Automate?

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Whats the difference between Chocolatey for LabTech and Chocolatey for Automate?

Plugins4Automate designed 3 different plugins using the Chocolatey framework, Chocolatey for LabTech, Chocolatey for Automate and App Genie.  Chocolatey For Labtech is our most mature of the 3 plugins and was designed to be very granular with lots of ways to control Application flows and framework features. Chocolatey for Automate was the second version where we took some ques from smaller MSPs on simplifying the entire process. So in this version it was not about granularity but ease of use. App Genie was our 3rd plugin where we again took ques from smaller MSPs where they wanted no app deployments at...

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