If you’re looking to disable a script in ConnectWise Automate, there are a few different ways you can go about doing it. You can either disable the script entirely, or you can disable it for a specific client.
To disable a script entirely, head to the ‘Scripts’ tab and click on the ‘Disable’ button. This will prevent the script from running on any client.
To disable a script for a specific client, head to the ‘Clients’ tab and click on the ‘Edit’ button for the relevant client. In the ‘Scripts’ section, you’ll see a list of all the scripts that are currently enabled for that client. To disable a script, simply uncheck the box next to it.
Other related questions:
How do I run a script in ConnectWise automate?
There are a few ways that you can run a script in ConnectWise Automate:
1. From the Automate Control Center, click on the ‘Tools’ menu and select ‘Run Script’.
2. From the ‘Automate’ menu, select ‘Scripts’. Then, click on the ‘Run’ button next to the script you want to run.
3. From the ‘Automate’ menu, select ‘Schedules’. Then, click on the ‘Run Now’ button next to the schedule you want to run.
How do you retire a device in automate?
There is no specific process for retiring a device in Automate. However, you can remove the device from your account and delete the associated data to effectively “retire” the device.
How do I disable ConnectWise?
There is no built-in way to disable ConnectWise within Kaseya. However, you can disable ConnectWise integration by following these steps:
1. Go to the ConnectWise Integration page (Admin > ConnectWise Integration).
2. Scroll down to the bottom and click on the “Advanced Settings” link.
3. Change the “Integration Status” to “Disabled”.
4. Save your changes.
How do I schedule a reboot in ConnectWise automate?
There is no specific way to schedule a reboot in ConnectWise Automate. However, you can create a schedule task that will run a command or script at a specific time. To do this, go to the Schedule Task tab in the Automate Control Center and click on the “Add Schedule Task” button. In the “Command” field, you can enter the command or script that you want to run. Be sure to set the “Run As” field to “System Account” so that the task will have the necessary privileges to run the command or script.
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