Description: Example REST API usage with Perl / Python
Detail: An example document on how to use the API with Perl would be helpful you have one using C however I would just like to create a few script based calls to it using Perl for use with Nagios and other systems I have to integrate further with our other tools.
Description: Failure Details inside Web Interface,
Detail: Most of the time when a task fails it provides hardly any details why I need to follow the rabbit hole to the trace log,
Description: Slackware Linux Support /+ Native x64 support without 32 bit libs
Detail: I run 100s of Slackware Servers and have gone away from multilib etc, Also activate product from Remote Administrator rather than having to download an offline license for them
Description: Use Latest option for software install
Detail: Software install of ESET use latest option would be helpful eg tick a box and policy would always use the latest version available of eg Endpoint Antivirus when running the task
Description: From Dashboard take filters and generate a Dynamic Group / Action
Detail: I forever have out of date machine on the dashboard and have to copy the filters down and go an create a dynamic group from them to trigger an upgrade can a button be incorporated ( where you have generate CSV /PDF etc ) to say generate dynamic group please
Description: Showing (or downloading) debug logs when tasks fail.
Detail: Somewhat similar to my previous feature request, having the debug log generated during the task (akin to trace.log) and when it fails, there is a link to download the log file for that particular process.
Rationale: It's to allow the Remote Administrator to figure out what is going on within the process without needing to go into the client's workstation.
Description: Able to determine the "reason" why the task failed in the Task Execution History.
Right now, suppose a task failed for a particular system. In ERA, you go to that system, go to "TASK EXECUTIONS", select the task entry, and then right click and select "History", it would show something like:
2018 Mar 22 16:06:58 Security product Failed Task failed Task failed in the security product
There's no way to find out "why it failed" until I go directly to that system and do a manual check.
Having some sort of reason why it failed helps the sysadmin to figure out how to get it updated, if it is at all possible.