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Steve G

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  1. @Paul Alexander Forgot to mention, as with any of the open source tools, and especially those that are destructive, it's highly recommended that you run your new config through this in dryrun mode first and check the logs to make sure the output is going to be as expected! Cheers, Steve
  2. Hi @Paul Alexander, We've just released v1.12.0 of the cleaner tool, which allows you to add more complex filters to filter the assets for deletion by. So for example, if you wanted to delete all assets that have a name of YourAssetName, you would apply the following filter in the new AssetFilters array: { "CleanRequests": false, "RequestServices":[], "RequestStatuses":[], "RequestTypes":[], "RequestReferences":[ ], "RequestLogDateFrom":"", "RequestLogDateTo":"", "RequestClosedDateFrom":"", "RequestClosedDateTo":"", "CleanAssets": true, "AssetClassID": "", "AssetType
  3. Hi @Jeremy, I've made some changes to the Update and Append operations, so that they will now populate success with a boolean false in the event that the operation fails for something other than an authentication issue. Authentication/token issues are still handled by a hard-fail of the operation. I've also included a new output parameter called errors, which will be populated with the error returned from Google if success equals false. Let me know how you get on with these. Cheers, Steve
  4. @Jeremy ok, no worries, I'll take a look and let you know how I get on. Cheers, Steve
  5. Hi @Lee Jones, This is an issue with the R packages on the machine where you're running R and Power BI. The error is stating that the R6 package (which is imported by the httr package that the script uses) isn't available on your machine. I'd suggest re-installing httr from the CRAN repository, and if you get the same error then manually install the R6 package within your R package manager. Cheers, Steve
  6. Hi @Jeremy, I'll take a look, there should be an output param called success that is set to true if the operation was successful, is this not working? Thanks, Steve
  7. Hi @clampj, You could use the Request Import Tool, with an ODBC connection pointing to your spreadsheet as the data source. Thanks, Steve
  8. @Dan Munns Yeah that's correct, so in your node that's starting a job against this package operation in workflow, you'd have that variable in the PSVariable input parameter.
  9. @Dan Munns We've also got a task in our list to add a package to manage Exchange mailboxes, I'll make sure New-RemoteMailbox gets looked at. Cheers, Steve
  10. Hi @Dan Munns, There are a couple of ways you could do this: You could write the answers into request custom fields, then pass the values through as input parameters to your package operation, reading them in the PowerShell and using however you need; In the PowerShell, you could make an API call to Hornbill to get the questions for the request you're processing, then extract and use the information from the response. You'd want to use the data::entityBrowseRecords2 API, something like this if you're using the HornbillAPI Module: Set-HB-Instance -Instance "yourinstance" -
  11. Hi @RIchard Horton, There is an automation to Unarchive a Contact, available here: I agree that there should be an automation to retrieve the details of a contact from a given email address, I'll raise that as an enhancement and will post back here once implemented. Thanks, Steve
  12. Hi @davidrb84, There were some changes made to both the platform and the LDAP import tool, that require you to update to the latest version of the tool. Once you've upgraded, your import should then work fine. Thanks, Steve
  13. Hi @Jeremy, That's keysafe, where you can store external keys and authentication methods. What you need is to generate an API Key against a user that can perform the cleanup, as per these instructions: https://wiki.hornbill.com/index.php/API_keys Cheers, Steve
  14. Hi @Martyn Houghton, I've added new operations to the Jira and Jira Cloud iBridge packages that allow for transitions to be triggered against issues. Let me know how you get on with this. Cheers, Steve
  15. We've just released an update to the Windows Management package. Version 5 of the package contains the following additional operations that can be performed against your Windows targets: Firewall - Rule Disable Firewall - Rule Enable Firewall - Rule Get Firewall - Rule New Firewall - Rule Remove Firewall - Rule Update The package is available to update or install from the Package Library now, and you can find more details about this package on the Hornbill Wiki. If you have any questions, or suggestions of additional operations for this package
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