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Add configurable automatic expiration for unattended installer

Michael Legato (Support) 6 years ago updated 3 months ago 8

Currently, the unattended installer file will work forever. However, partner would like the unattended installer file to stop working after X days so that anyone who uses an older installer won't be able to randomly add it to any machines.

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Considering for Future Release

i would really love this feature. one for security reasons, two for ease of mind. i have a client that got there machine infected and started to pass the MSI install file around on random machine. it is scary if you don't know how it happens just see a ton of machines in your console. i also have some techs of my accidentally leaving the installation on machines.


Please add to to the list. I'm having some funny connections showing up:

https://control.product.connectwise.com/communities/6/topics/1890-connectwise-connects-to-non-authorized-computers-around-the-world#

Not sure if I should be worried, I'm told not to, but then others say I might have to.

It would also be nice to be notified when a new session is created along with the originating public IP address.

This is a critical needed feature. We are currently looking at switching to a competitor - we need to be able to block this.

Seeing repeated installers WITHOUT MY CONSENT is a security issue.  This is a good idea to begin rectification.  I would also like an option to request a code to run the physical EXE///MSI installer.  That way virtual play labs and hackers can't consistently get as much success as they are currently.   They told me it was a Antivirus that sent the file for a scan, which could happen.  But in my case, the client that came back repeated, no longer existed, nor did the computer from which it originally was on.  SOMEWHERE a hacker had old data.  The expiration then in deed would help!

A bit late on my response, but the good news at least is that there is no way for the Guest client to gain access to the protected data of the server - so even with the agents popping up into the list, your data is safe. The Guest checks in and allows you access to that machine, but it's one way only. I definitely see how this situation could be an inconvenience and annoyance though!