It's not really documented well, but it is possible (we do it, but another group does that in the company I don't have access to the script).
To figure it out (I'm using the 3.280 installer we're currently on, should be the same for you):…
hmmm. I'm not sure it has all the data you're looking for but if in dmskrnl.log.xml you bump up both the pwise.connection and pwise.dms.login to the info level you will get reports on both the users logging in and the client they are using (and version…
Take a look at Get-PWUsersByMatch.
TL;DR version: Some Office 2016 products seem to have changed how it treats URLs pasted into it's products. I'm not sure when this update occured, or if other apps do similar things. I've tested this with Word, One Note and Outlook 2016.
I had a similar issue.
stumbled upon this;
[Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12
There is new functionality in the 3.2 PWDI Server release that will allow you to restore versions, metadata, and audit trail records. The server version also needs to be 3.2, not just the client, for full Deleted Items/Recycle bin functionality.
Connection Client still does not log in automatically. It's at about 80%. Connect is still full of bugs.
I have exhausted all the energy I had for Service Tickets, Bentley has become a group of rank amateurs.
For those of you at the conference, this was the dashboard I showed in my presentation and for those not at the conference, this is a dashboard on performance monitoring inside of ProjectWise using PowerShell. Please find the attached…
Not in a way that you'll really be able to use it in this scenario. Pwps_dab can be run as non-admin but still requires you to be in a Projectwise group called "PowerShell Users" to do so.
it sounds like you're trying to bypass using ProjectWise…