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We'd like to switch some of our AWS instances over to Graviton, for the cost/performance improvements, but there isn't currently an Automox agent for ARM.Is this something in the roadmap, or should we be considering an alternative patch management platform which does support it?
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Hi there, I tried to create a group of laptops based on rapid7’s version, but the filters didin’t do this action. How could we create this kind of groups?because in reality, there may be machines in a given group that already have a precise version of what we're looking for, and we don't necessarily want to crush it. I've seen that it's only in the worklet script that you 'absolutely' have to check a given version so that it only applies to the machines concerned...Is there another way?Thanks regards
Are there any plans to allow remote sessions to be broken into multiple windows? Our previous RMM tool Splashtop would allow me to open each screen in a separate window so I could see screen 1 and 2 in full size and I could just switch between the two screens with the click of a button. Almost all of our staff work on 2 monitors, sometimes 3 if they use a laptop and dual screens and it’s really difficult to quickly troubleshoot issues when I’m constantly having to zoom in and out and drag the screen around to see what I need to see. It’s a lot of extra clicking just to go from one screen to the next in the event a window pops up on the other monitor instead of the one I’m working on.
How is it already mid-October? Well, we’re glad it’s the season of boo and eek! That means it’s time to talk about the scariest, most horrific thing that can happen at work – a MISTAKE (otherwise known as an ITOops). See what we did there? The thing is, ITOopses don’t have to be that scary. To take the fear out of making mistakes, it’s time to shine our flashlights on them. We don’t want you to feel like a monster when you make a mistake (or an ITOops) – especially because you’re not alone. Everyone makes an oops from time to time. ITOops /aɪ ti ʊps/ noun, informal 1. used to represent a mistake or minor accident made by someone working in IT Operations Examples of ITOops in a Sentence: “Oh shucks! I just made an ITOops!”We’ve all made an ITOops or two… or more. While they can suck, there’s always a lesson you can learn from a mistake. Let’s destigmatize (or demonster) our ITOopses. Share your ITOops stories with the Community so we can
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