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4 VOTE

Automation of the Patch My PC GUI

Was asking if there was a way you all could create PowerShell commands for example, to enable 3rd party updates/applications from a command prompt instead of having to open the GUI and manually enable them. Maybe to administer PMPC as a whole?
Guest over 1 year ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
3 VOTE

Knowledge Base Article to show User Experience for Updates - Reboots or Silent Install

We are migrating our Third Party Patching from SCCM to Intune, this also includes an increased coverage of Third Party applications we will end up patching. Our desire for Intune Patching is to minimise the Notifications and Interface the user rec...
Lee Bowman 5 months ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
3 VOTE

Add TeXworks

The TeXworks project is an effort to build a simple TeX front-end program (working environment) that will be available for all today's major desktop operating systems—in particular, MS Windows (7/8/8.1/10/11), typical GNU/Linux distros and other X...
Guest 8 months ago in Documentation Improvement 1 FUTURE CONSIDERATION
3 VOTE

Add an RSS Feed for Just New App Releases

Right now the RSS feed contains both Updates to apps as well as newly released apps from the team. This works great! However if there was an RSS feed just for new apps I could better determine if I need to add them to be patched or deployed.
John Kuntz 11 months ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
3 VOTE

Ability to modify keywords of an Application

There is already the ability to modify an app's name, localized name, description, and icon but not the option to edit keywords. Please add this option. A recent example of when I wanted to modify keywords was for the application Microsoft PowerTo...
Phillip Dougherty over 1 year ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
2 VOTE

On PMPC website for the app catalogue list which apps are freeware and which require license

The app catalogue on the website is a good reference to show what apps you have available but it would be great either in that or via a csv download which apps in the catalogue are freeware and which require a paid license. That way when evaluatin...
James Barber 4 months ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
2 VOTE

Catalog newsletter for specific products

It would be ideal to receive Patch My PC catalogue release notifications for only specific software titles, rather than the entire Patch My PC catalogue. For example, if the customer wants to know when Patch My PC released a new catalogue containi...
Liviu Barbat almost 2 years ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
2 VOTE

Readable view of all applications in the catalogue to show what right click options they support at a glance

Being able to browse through the list of applications in the catalogue in a grid view / readable format and see what right click options they support at a glance would be very helpful.
Scott McAllister over 2 years ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
1 VOTE

Search for Product from Catalog Release History Page

The current Catalog Release History page does not allow you to easily find when a specific product was updated. You have to rely on external search engines to crawl the posts and index them properly. It would be nice to have a search field where y...
Brian Kaiser 12 days ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED
1 VOTE

ROI Tool exportable report for management

Would be nice if one could export a pretty report from the ROI tool that would be appealing to management.
Guest 17 days ago in Documentation Improvement 0 SUBMITTED