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PowerShell Command Manager (per month)

powershell command manager

PowerShell for LabTech plugin allows you to maintain a library of scripts and commands to be used to run on the remote computers under the MSPs management. You no longer need to remote into a server or workstation to run  PowerShell commands or complex script against that system. Monitor and maintain consistent PowerShell and Dot.NET versions across all clients under management with automated tool available to you within the plugin.

Supports Automate 12, Labtech 11,10.5

2,357 downloads

Current Version: 2.2.6
  • Features


    PowerShell Command Manager

    Save and execute complex PowerShell commands and scripts with just a mouse click. There is no need to try and remember hundreds of PowerShell commands or scripts you have crafted, with PowerShell Command Manager you are able to create and save these little jewels so your entire team can use them on any PC console inside of LabTech.  Make quick and easy work of managing your scripts and commands library when using the scripts and commands editors.

    (Available on the [View] menu of your LT console.)

    Commands Library

    PowerShell Manager Commands Library

     

    Scripts Library 

    Save complex scripts to the scripts library, use optional parameters that can be passed at runtime.

    PowerShell Manager Scripts Library

     

    Configuration and Automation Controls  

    Automate the installs and upgrade of Dot.NET and PowerShell. You will find EDFs that will control which agents are enabled for automated installs at the Client, Location and Agent consoles. Allow or prevent installs of PowerShell and Dot.NET at any level the agents are in.

    PowerShell Manager Configurations and Automation

     

     

    PoSh Computer Console

    Utilize commands and scripts you saved from the library to execute at the computer agent. Type or copy in any command or script to the console and run those commands without saving them when you just need to get something executed. See the output of your scripts and commands just like you would in a standard PowerShell console.

     

    Executing Commands

    PowerShell Computer Console Commands

     

    Executing Scripts 

    You can script optional parameters into scripts when saving to the library and then using the optional parameters field in this view to pass options at runtime. 

    PowerShell Computer Console Scripts

     

    Manage Versions Manually

    Controls are available to manually upgrade both PowerShell and Dot.NET to the current supported versions from this screen.

    PowerShell Computer Console DotNET Versions

     

     

    PoSh Versions Manager

    Open the Client console to access the PowerShell and Dot.NET version manager. Here you can see just where the PowerShell versions are across the client. Update PoSh with just a click of the menu. Select from doing a forced install of PowerShell instantly or schedule the install into the future quickly and easily.

     

    PowerShell Client Console PoSh Versions

     

    Install Dot.NET

    Select a system from the list to view it's installed Dot.NET versions. Click any version to pull up a menu to install Dot.NET versions you like.

    PowerShell Client Console DotNET Versions

     

    As you can see the PowerShell Manager for LabTech has a lot of great tools inside to help you manage PowerShell and to keep your clients current and consistent. Making sure your clients PCs all share the same PowerShell and Dot.Net versions means that you will see a more consistent execution of application that use PowerShell and or Dot.NEt frameworks across the MSP and that calculates to less calls to the helpdesk for application support. 

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