Author: Colby Bouma

Greetings, citizens of the internet! I’m going to share with you how to deploy PDQ to client consoles. It’s pretty straightforward, but there are a few tricks I need to explain first. Also, these packages will probably not be added to the Package Library any time soon. I would love to have them in there, […]

Hi there! Today I would like to show you my approach to installing the PDQ Inventory Agent through PDQ Deploy. First, a quick disclaimer: the Agent is still new and has some scaling issues. Deploy it slowly and monitor the performance of your Inventory instance. If you start to notice issues, uninstall a few Agents. […]

Hey guys, Colby here! If you missed my last blog post about my first three favorite keyboards, you can check it out here. I briefly talked about my iKBC MF108, PFU HHKB Pro 2, and Keyboardio Model 01 keyboards and why I like them. Today, I thought I would start out with a little bit of keyboard humor, “I just […]

Hello, Colby here! I’m a computer keyboard collector and enthusiast. I mostly collect mechanical keyboards, but I have a few non-mechanical ones as well. A friend of mine introduced me to mechanical keyboards in college, sometime around 2012 I believe. I typed a little bit on his Razer BlackWidow with Cherry MX Blue switches and […]

Intel has released the INTEL-SA-00086 Detection Tool so you can identify which computers are vulnerable to the recently found Intel® Management Engine (ME) security vulnerabilities. For those that have been living under a rock, a number of vulnerabilities have been discovered in Intel chips, yes, physical chips. Here’s how you can use PDQ Deploy and Inventory […]

Write-Host “Hello world!” Hi there. I’m Colby Bouma, a shiny new employee at PDQ.com on the QA team. I used PDQ extensively at my previous job and I did some crazy things with it. Today I would like to share one of those crazy things with you. It’s important to know I tend to go […]