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· 7 min read

About this script

HaloPSA is improving at a phenomenal rate - one of the latest enhancements relates to embedding the "customer portal" inside Teams for easier access by customers - this is early days for this enhancement to Halo and at present there isn't really a way to push this tab into customer environments... Until now!

Using the script below you can push any website as a tab to your customers' Teams environments. First a couple of configuration pre-requisites.

  1. You'll need to have setup the Secure App Model (Thanks Gav for the superb write-up!)
  2. You'll need to know the name of the Team and Channel you want to deploy the tab - currently the script will use the same details for all customers!

· 4 min read
Save yourself the headache - use the Microsoft Store on Windows 11

If you're using or managing this for Windows 11 you can now deploy Adobe Acrobat Reader DC using the Microsoft Store. This is preferable for many reasons mostly because this way of doing it with IntuneWin files is a complete pain in the ass.

About this script

If you're not familiar with the IntuneWin format and what it's used for/when it's used there's some good background reading from Microsoft here: Prepare a Win32 app to be uploaded to Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Docs.

In short, it's a format designed to package Windows application installers for deployment with Intune.

This post contains a script which downloads the latest version of the Adobe Reader DC installer and turns it into an IntuneWin package for Intune deployment.

· 4 min read

This post uses code from CyberDrain

Click the link below to check out the original post on CyberDrain.com and support Kelvin's fantastic work for the MSP community.

About this script

So firstly, if you haven't already, hit the giant orange button above to read the original blog post on CyberDrain.com to understand what this script is doing!

The problem with NinjaOne

Many, if not most RMM platforms can run a script to monitor system state. NinjaOne is no different here - but there's a subtle irregularity in their approach that makes this complicated.

Most RMM platforms let you extract the contents of a variable from the script you run as a monitor - Ninja doesn't. It can read from the output of the script but that's all.

The fix

This Script Has Been Updated

This script was updated after being published, if you're using it please compare the version you have with the version available here.