I wrote about "trimming" out domain names in the Orion SDK forum: https://thwack.solarwinds.com/t5/Orion-SDK-Discussions/quot-Trim-quot-Domain-from-Caption-Names-via-...
I marked "Maybe" because I have not been managing our Solar environment as much lately, and we have been making huge changes to our environment.
Possibly once thing return to "normal" and actually have time to work in it again.
Mine isn't a tech question as such.
But rather, what does it take to move a feature request along the path to it becoming a delivered feature.
I ask this because from the outside looking in we can see some requests turn into reality but others seemingly languish.
Basically, can you show the progress of an FR from selection to development to release 😄
As I am just getting started with my new position, and have not as yet been able to get into the SolarWinds instance to see what they have (and what they do not have), I said "Maybe" because at the moment, I have no input or questions. However, in three to six month's time, I probably will.
Thank you to the entire SW team for your willingness to reach out to the end-users, and helping us make the most of this incredible platform!
Historically (havn't seen a change in more recent ones but maybe the most current is different) monitoring a system with SAM has deployed a script that makes systems check for Windows Updates. I understand why this might be desired, but it causes us
Why isn't there an advanced option to toggle this off or more clarity on the fact it is a thing?
* Admittedly some of our issues are related to the fact we do not have a WSUS in place but our footprint that could leverage the WSUS is so small it hasn't been a high enough priority for management to invest in
What's the best resource to use when learning how to do APIs with Solarwinds Service Desk? I have some items I want to automate but don't know where to start learning this from.
Is there any chance of some form of mobile product for home network/server/pc monitoring. Use of Network Atlas and scaled down versions of NPM/SAM/IPAM/etc. Successful projects like Pi-Hole make me think that there would be interest in other home network control and monitoring platforms. Even better would be to develop it for use a Pi.
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