I still use WiseScript daily. It remians the easiest to use scripting tool and wrapper for Application deployment.
WiseScript works great on Windows 7, 8 and 10!
WiseScript's extendability is robust. I have created several custom actions for WiseScript, and will make them avaialble to anyone who asks. Here are some of the actions:
Check if older
Check if Process is running
Elevate file or directory
Elevate Registry Key
Indeterminate Progress Bar.
Play WAV File (the built in Play Multimedia File seems to be broken above XP)
Set Program Files Variable (automatically creates a variable for Program Files directory on 32 and 64 bit.)
User Postponemet (GUI with progress bar. Lets users delay a software push. Alows for company branded logo)
If interested, contact me. Would love to share ideas with other WiseScript users.
1. Create a specific Ticket Category
2. Create a Simple Report
- Ticket ID
- Ticket Title
- Ticket Owner
- Date Created
- Ticket Status
3. Create Your Helpdesk incoming email account as a User
4.Create A Report Schedule
5. Create a Custom Ticket Rule
- If Title is equal to Daily Tape Backup Request
- If Category is equal to "Scheduled Tasks::Backup Tapes"
- If the Status is New (or whatever your default is set to)
Here at Indigo Mountain we have been working within the Asset area of the Dell KACE K1000 appliance, making the data more dynamic and easier to manage with our Barkode Scanner app, changing the structure of data to enable the recording of data relationships and also working within Custom Rules to enable data within the Asset area to be updated regularly
One of the challenges that customers have with Asset Management is the ability to record procurement information and then generate reports that show depreciated values for owned assets. Whilst it is possible to import pre-calculated data information into the Dell KACE asset database, maintaining an ongoing calculation of current asset value has been a challenge.
With some simple configuration changes within the Asset Type area of your Dell KACE K1000, the basic financial details required to achieve Asset depreciation reporting can be configured. They would be Date of Purchase, Original Value and the Type of Depreciation to be applied. The data within these fields can be imported from a CSV file type, using the standard Dell KACE Asset import process.
Next the custom Indigo Mountain rule can be imported, enabled and set to run every month. As it runs it updates the current value field with the correct amount, in line with the style of deprecation selected eg
· 3 Year Straight Line Depreciation
· 5 Year Straight Line Depreciation
With the Dell KACE K1000 being regularly updated, reporting on Asset Depreciation, is simple and can be set to run on a monthly schedule.
If this is something that you may be interested in for your Dell KACE K1000 just contact us and arrange to download our Depreciation Consulting pack which will contain the following items:
· Comprehensive Installation and configuration instructions
· Custom Dell KACE Rule Package
· Custom Dell KACE Reports Package
Once installed, our rules and reports can be easily customised to apply to any Asset type that you have created on your Dell KACE K1000. We can also help if you need to customize the style of Depreciation that you wish to use if it is different from the straight line method provided.
Sample Asset Type configured
Configured Ticket Rule
Resulting Depreciation report
RayPack for Dell KACE
Dell KACE partners with Raynet to offer the RayPack packaging tool
Paderborn, June 16th, 2015. Raynet GmbH, Europe’s leading provider of software packaging and application lifecycle management products, and Dell KACE, the leader in any point management are partnering to bring Dell KACE K1000 customers the benefit of RayPack´s packaging tool.
‘We are happy to partner with Raynet’ says Dave Kloba, General Manager Dell Endpoint Systems Management, ‘Our customers are asking for a robust and simple to use software packaging solution and RayPack allows us to provide a solution that meets their needs.’
Dell KACE K1000 customers will be entitled to use RayPack for Dell as packaging tool along with their Dell KACE appliance. Please ask your Dell Software Sales Representative, or visit www.raypack.net for further information about the conditions of this Special Edition, and details about support and maintenance Raynet provides along with it.
Raynet GmbH is a leading and innovative service and solution provider in information technology and specialized in the architecture, implementation and operation of all tasks within "Application Lifecycle Management". Raynet’s Headquarters is in Paderborn, Germany and has additional locations throughout the region as well as locations in the USA, Poland, the UK and Netherlands.
For over 15 years, Raynet has supported hundreds of customers and partners with its products and solutions for enterprise application management projects worldwide. These include license management, software packaging, software deployment, migrations, client engineering and much more. Additionally, Raynet maintains and cultivates strong partnerships with leading companies in Application Lifecycle Management.
Raynet products and solutions are unique in design and functionality. Their development is highly driven by our customers and partners who play a big role in the development of our products and are a key reason why our products are always cutting edge. Whether you want to introduce a new deployment tool or to start a SAM project, whether you want to plan a packaging factory or do a migration – Raynet is the choice for best-of-breed-practices in services, products, and solutions for Application Lifecycle Management.
More information: https://raypack.raynet.de/en/Dell