Script Library

RMM offers a functionality that allows keeping and executing scripts on customers' computers: you can run scripts using built-in scripts or upload your own ones.

Open Script Library

To access the script library, proceed as follows:

  1. Open the Management Console.
  2. In the Computers menu, select Remote Management.
  3. Click RMM Group Actions, then select Script Library.

Note that PowerShell scripts are run by the 'System' account

Script Categories

The following script categories are available:

  • General. This script group offers the basic functionality
  • MSP360PSModule. This script group is designed to assist in working with the built-in PowerShell module

As a provider, you can add as many of your own categories as you need.

Access Level

Also, scripts in the library are divided by the access level. The following access levels are available:

  • Common. These scripts are built-in, visible to everyone, and their access level cannot be edited
  • Public. Scripts with this access level can be created by a provider and administrator with privileges to access all companies. The Public scripts are visible for all administrators of all companies
  • Private. Scripts with this access level can be created by a provider and administrator with privileges to access all companies. The Public scripts are visible to the provider and its administrators

Add New Script

To add a new script to the script library, proceed as follows: To access the script library, proceed as follows:

  1. Open the Management Console.
  2. In the Computers menu, select Remote Management.
  3. Click RMM Group Actions, then select Script Library.
  4. Click Add Script.

  1. In the dialog box, name the script, set the category (only Public and Private categories are available).
  2. Upload a script file.
  3. Click Add.

You can view, edit and delete scripts on the script library page. To view script information, click the script name in the left column. To edit a script, click the 'pen' icon in the row of the script. To delete a script, click the trash bin icon in the row of the script, then confirm the deletion.