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Dynamic Groups based of running apps


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is it possible to move a pc to a dynamic group based on what programs are running? For instance if 1.exe or 2.exe is running but 3.exe is NOT running move client to group "3.exe faulty".

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No, this is not possible. Agent doesn't keep monitoring the system for running processes. What you can do is to create dynamic groups based on installed software.

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Hi,
i am searching for a solution for a relatable problem...

Can i us a tag as part of the dynamic group template?
If it is possible i can add this tag to to a client and create a group where all these clients are moved into...

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10 hours ago, packer said:

Can i us a tag as part of the dynamic group template?

Currently this is not possible; tags are used only by the server and do not propagate to agents on clients that evaluate membership in DG.

Also note that an administrator may rename tags on the server while keeping their meaning, e.g. from "Win" to "Windows". That would break your DG. Therefore additional changes in tag identification would need to be implemented too.

We will discuss it internally and consider the improvement for future versions.

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