I fear this is more of a feature request but the most frustrating and limiting part about the procedures is having to clone every procedure that I only need to change a small part of when running it against a group or device.
I write generic procedures so that the first variables defined are defined are what is unique about the command to run and clone it but I find as I am using Comodo more and more the amount of cloned generic procedures will become unmanageable.
Python has amazing ability to parse arguments easily and simply accessing the sys.argc and sys.argv[1:argc] for the advanced scripters is already built in to python and requires nothing from you guys on that side but what is lacking is anywhere to provide arguments to a procedure.
Is there a possibility of having an inout field that field that is for script arguments so that the procedure can grab them out of the argv if they are added onto the command run and leave it to script writers to deal with how these will be parsed and used? Many of my needs simply require the value passed but a more advanced use of Param=Value Param2=value might suite other scripts but the procedure writer can deal with that and describe the art format in the comments for the procedure.
This would be HUGE and has to be limiting a lot of people so I wonder if and when this change was possible.
Also as as I am assuming submitting the run procedure with devices selected is possibly sending a pythoni wcript.py argument to the RMM service is there a url style format that this could be forced manually if the Python script knew to check argc and argv?
thanks and amazing job on everything I live and die by the product and spread it’s praise everywhere