Only Allow To Run Enabled Scripts
The feature that makes it possible to execute only the scripts that are marked as enabled I would like to get back.
It have worked previously but a while ago we noticed that this feature had been removed.
We have some scripts that we save as disabled to be used as templates when creating new ones, we also have scripts disabled while creating them but now all our technicians can choose among these scripts in the Run Now tab. Which makes it possible that they send out corrupt/faulty scripts which might also creates errors for the users.
Also, when creating a new script it says the following:
Only scripts marked Enabled will be run on the target machines."
Then it should definitely be that way!
The way it's now it's possible to run all scripts.
Keri Conner commented
I agree with this as well. If the script is disabled it shouldn't be able to be seen to run, this defeats the purpose of disabling the script. We would also like the ability to archive some of our scripts to keep historical data for them without deleting and having to keep in a completely separate software or storage system.
Mitch Stotts commented
I agree with this feature. We have different roles for our technicians and it would be helpful to have a toggle that only allows certain scripts to be visible in the "Run Now" list. I have several scripts that perform functions on a schedule but just congest this list. While I would still like to leave these scripts Enabled, perhaps a "Show in Run Now List" or toggle (or something similar) could be added?