The following is a comprehensive list of Process Manager workflow actions, along with a brief description of the purpose and/or use of each action. Actions are listed in their default groupings as they appear in Process Designer.
Assign a manual task to a workflow participant or group.
Define one or more conditions, which will determine whether this action generates a True or False response.
Specify a Java script command to be run at this point in the workflow process.
Specify an executable program file to be run at this point in the workflow process.
Specify a SQL command to be run at this point in the workflow process.
Specify a Visual Basic script to be run at this point in the workflow process.
Send an approval request e-mail to one or more approvers.
Specify a default response in the event an approval request is not responded to within the alloted time.
When a response was not received from the task recipient, mark the task as not completed.
When a response was not received for an information request, mark the request as not completed.
Insert a placeholder for a yet-to-be-determined action. Should be replaced or removed before running the workflow.
Specify a web form or InfoPath form to be distributed to recipients.
Send an e-mail message to one or more recipients, using a pre-defined e-mail template.
Set up a date and time or a period of time to wait before triggering the next action in the workflow.
Change the state of this workflow instance to cancelled, closed, open, pending, or reopened.
Define a web service to use in order to communicate with another application.
Add a user to or remove a user from an Active Directory group.
Create or delete an Active Directory group.
Create or delete an account for an Active Directory user.
Get or set new attributes for an Active Directory user account.
Set or change a password for an Active Directory user.
Change or set new account options for an Active Directory user.
Enable a pre-defined FrontRange HEAT autotask.
Include specific vulnerability definitions to a security group in preparation for the group to be scanned.
Configure designated devices to have certain vulnerabilities fixed automatically if the vulnerability appears on the device.
Create a custom security group to be used when scanning one or more designated devices for specific vulnerabilities.
Delete the specified LANDesk custom security group.
Determine whether new vulnerabilities have been identified and published by a particular vendor.
Scan the designated device(s) and repair any vulnerabilities found to be present.
Designate a LANDesk Service Desk user to perform an assignment.
Add a note to an existing LANDesk Service Desk incident.
Specify a task to be done in conjunction with the designated LANDesk Service Desk Incident ID.
Close the specified LANDesk Service Desk incident.
Create a new LANDesk Service Desk incident.
Look up and capture details about the specified LANDesk Service Desk incident.
Mark a specified LANDesk Service Desk incident as Resolved.
Add a new device to an existing scheduled task.
Add a device to or delete a device from the inventory database of the LANDesk Management Suite core server.
Install an agent configuration package on one or more unmanaged device(s).
Specify an existing task to be executed by LANDesk Management Suite at this point in the workflow process.
Schedule a software distribution task to be executed by LANDesk Management Suite at this point in the workflow process.
Enable a pre-defined task based on a LANDesk Provisioning template to be executed at this point in the workflow process.
Enable a pre-defined LANDesk Management Suite script to be executed at this point in the workflow process.
Add or change details to the device's inventory data on the LANDesk Management Suite core database.
Enable the assignment of additional product licenses for the designated product.
Create a service request within the Remedy system.
Retrieve details from a designated Remedy ticket and populate the corresponding fields in the workflow database.
Update or modify details from an existing Remedy service request.
Add an event log message and associated details on the DSView console
Add an existing user to a DSView group, or remove a user from a DSView group
Activate power options on an IPMI-enabled device
Remove a user from all DSView groups
Activate standard power options on the specified device