This guide shows how to use LogFlush to flush old Kaseya NoActiveX files after they are no longer needed.
Start by installing Log Flush
Open Log Flush and use the browse button to locate your download folder or the location you have set for Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox Downloads.
Change File Type to “noActiveX-“ without quotes
Change Recursion to 1 and set Aging to 0
Don’t forget to Save your settings
Run the application to verify your settings are correct, you will be presented with a report after the program has ran successfully.
Here you can see if the files were processed, deleted or skipped and the reason why.
Now open Task Scheduler and create a new task.
Give your task a name
You may need to check the box that reads “Run only when user is logged on due” due to an error in Windows.
On the Trigger tab create a new schedule and set the task to be run Daily and Recur every 1 Day. Then set the task to repeat 15 minutes – 1 hour depending on how often you start a remote session in Kaseya and the duration should be set to 1 Day.
Use the Action tab to select the application to run on the scheduled time, this will be the LogFlush application.
Select Browse and navigate to C:\Program Files\IT3\LogFlush on 32bit Windows and C:\Program Files (x86)\IT3\LogFlush on 64bit Windows. Select the LFTask.exe application.
Set the start in path “C:\Program Files (x86)\IT3\LogFlush” if the program doesn’t run correctly
That’s it, Your NoActiveX files will be flushed automagically and will no longer consume your downloads folder