How To Create a Script from a LabTech Command

LabTech has many built-in commands, and if you find yourself wanting to create a script that runs a specific command, it is simple to do. To create a script that performs a LabTech command function, navigate to that command. Before clicking on the command, hold down the left shift key while clicking the command you would like.

Upgrading Labtech RMM to Version 10.5

Before upgrading to LabTech 10.5, you need to follow the upgrade documentation provided by LabTech:

https://docs.labtechsoftware.com/LabTech10.5/Default.htm#Installation_Upgrade/
LabTechServerInstallation/Upgrades/LabTech105Upgrade.htm#Important

It is important to follow all of the instructions, as you should have a backup of your LabTech server as well as ensure the requirements are met.

Clearing Missed Patches with Labtech

LabTech attempts to install a patch three times before it “gives up”. When a patch is marked as Missing-Pushed, LabTech will no longer attempt to install this patching during patch windows. Varying reasons can cause a patch to get marked as this, but we need LabTech to try again.