If you’ve followed Foolish IT in the past few years, you may remember dMaintenance, which got some attention on some popular tech sites at the time. What was dMaintenance was later revamped in dSupportSuite and even the popular technician’s repair multi-tool d7II, which contain newer updated versions of the old dMaintenance code with bug fixes […]
Lots of exciting enhancements and accomplishments were made recently on the BETA and lots of testing done. It appears the product is now ready for it’s first official release, so here it is! dSupportSuite is a white-label combination automated maintenance and monitoring application designed for technicians to resell to their clients as part of a […]
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If you were configuring dMaintenance with a dCloud subscription, this applies to you. You MUST reconfigure and redistribute dMaintenance v2.4.8 and better. Previous versions will have issues when updating their configs from dCloud. The issue is with the installer, it will not create the appropriate registry key to set the client identifier that can disable […]
In line with my last post about what was on the horizon, I have accomplished that task with dMaintenance and dSupport. If you didn’t catch it, what I’ve done is give you (through dCloud) the ability to essentially enable/disable remote installations of dMaintenance and dSupport. This will allow you to sell them to your clients […]
I’ve finally been talked into integrating subscription based management of dMaintenance and dSupport. This is a feature for those of you reselling these apps to clients, wishing to sell them as part of a subscription based plan instead of a one-time sale. This will add significant value to dMaintenance and dSupport for your business by […]
Previously dMaintenance only supported bitmaps (.BMP files) for your logo type. This has finally changed, and today I’ve added support for GIF, JPG, and PNG files – yes this means transparency will work also!
Ok this is such a minor thing to most people, but there are a few out there who have struggled with this. My apps are programmed in VB6, which has a limitation of displaying icons of certain color depths. The icon in the Windows taskbar can be a max of 8-bit color depth (256 colors) […]
dMaintenance 2.2 just released! Now has multi-language support! A new configuration screen lets you change the language seen by your clients during a maintenance operation. Use to translate dMaintenance from English into your language, or simply to change the verbiage for your clients if you would rather it say something different. Cleaned up / simplified […]
Since I’ve started to advertise dMaintenance as a white-label maintenance application designed to be resold to your customers, I’ve had a revelation: I think I’m seriously undervaluing the product. Think about it for a minute if you would. You can currently buy dMaintenance for $100. If you were to resell it to your customers for […]
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