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RapidFire NDCDC deployment

Aaron Koay
Aaron Koay Member
edited January 24 in Solutions

Product Name: RapidFire NDCDC deployment

Version: v2

Description : Running RapidFire on non-domain environment can be quite time consuming, you will need to download Network Detective – Computer Data Collector to run on each individual machine and collect the CDF files.
With this agent procedure, you can deploy the data collector to endpoints from your VSA! (Assuming that those endpoints have Kaseya agent in placed)

Instructions :

This agent procedure downloads the collector, unzip it and run the silent bat file to start the collection in the background, search for the CDF file, transfer it to an agent (CDF Receiver) directory defined in the prompt when first running the script.

You may modify a few things to match the following scenario: 

  • -Restrictive network environment scenario: Change the getUrl to writeFile , upload the NDCDC Zip file to your Kaseya VSA Server

*Ensure the directory exist in the CDF Receiver agents when attempt to run the script, when the script prompt, enter the full machine ID of the CDF Receiver, and the directory to store all the CDF Files.


Comments

  • Nicholas Tobin
    edited May 2019
    What is the modification to also run the Network and Security Collector?
  • Rob Condon
    Rob Condon Member
    edited February 2020

    Did you ever get an answer to what the switch or mod would be to run the Security Collector?

  • Aaron Koay
    Aaron Koay Member
    edited February 2020

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry i did not have the time to take a look at the Security Collector, i have another Version in Dev, will proceed to upload once i got that done.

    Thank you all for your patient!