Useful Kaseya Hacks

Useful Kaseya Hacks
  • Rename Kaseya Agent Services and Application Name

Brand your Kaseya application and services on endpoints with your organization name rather than using the default name like Kaseya Agent or Kaseya Endpoint Agent. Enabling this setting would not only promote your company’s brand name but also provides end users with more visibility into the application's origin.  This allows them to identify this as a trusted application, avoiding any unplanned removal recommendations from other vendors.

  • Copy and Paste - Password and Commands

Putting a small simple tool like the clipboard in your startup menu assists in copying and pasting a long password or copying commands for use in PowerShell through a remote session.  This is a time saver for major day to day activities.

  • Update Window's 10 to the Latest Build

Using an agent procedure to deploy the Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant and initiating the update during a maintenance window, provides more controlled results with minimum risk involved.

  • Manage Variable

Create manage variables to define custom data for each organization. These variables can be used with a common action statement. For example, published allocated license key’s individually for each organization to deploy applications and AV solutions, store credentials and use them within your agent procedures, PowerShell scripts, command line etc. This will allow you to execute elevated commands while leaving no trace on the endpoint and increase security.

  • Security Monitors

Unexpected Reboot Root-Cause Analysis

Create an alert for a server that is unexpectedly rebooting outside of the scheduled maintenance window to identify the cause of unscheduled reboot.

Unauthenticated Login Access

Get alerted when a device has had multiple failed login attempts within a defined timeframe to avoid and protect unauthenticated access attempts.