This is a quick one, it’s been forever since I’ve posted here. After moving back to Autotask, there’s still a ton of things to automate. One of the things that was bugging me was the fact you can’t set the client portal to default. Well, here’s a script you can run periodically to enable all […]
Tag / powershell
Phew, this one took a minute to figure out. ConnectWise has a form based documents API (technically not really API, but it’s the way you get yourself a document into a CW ticket). First is the really amazing documentation that CW provides around the documents API Second is then working with PowerShell to handle streamed […]
I’ve found myself at a new job, recreating many of the processes that I spent the last few years putting together, tweaking, modifying, building a new managed services provider with an exciting new company. One of those challenges lead me to Email parsing and ConnectWise (CW). Previously I had the opportunity to use Autotask and […]
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Way too long. I’ve had this script for quite a while that I wanted to share with the world. LogicMonitor is releasing a new REST API which requires some session based login. This script helps you obtain that session and download the audit log for the last hour. […]
When using AutoTask’s API it’s required to lookup a various amount of picklist values that are used in updating you’re web request. This is a powershell way to pull those picklist values. The first part of the script validates your AT URI, the second part gets the entity data, in this case I was looking […]
This is a simple script to gather volume information including dedupe schedule and autogrow settings. I’m going to combine this with my snapshot script in the future to make a recommended dedupe schedule based on the average snapshot times.
Problem: Gathering snapshot statistics is a tedious task when looking at autosupports and cli output. I needed to gather information about oldest snapshot, average number of snaps per day, total snapshots, and other various information. Solution: A powershell script using the Data ONTAP PS Library. Read more for the script.
I was tasked with migrating a VMware 4.1 to 5.1 environment. This created a slight issue due to the fact that environment ran vShield. For those of you not familiar, vShield on 4.1 had 2 additional lines in the VMX file that was manually added. These VFILE lines caused the VM not to boot if […]