Atea Vergo 1.4

Atea Global Services is pleased to announce the release of Atea Vergo 1.4

New in Atea Vergo 1.4

  • Project Types
  • Improved Login
  • Date Picker Improvements
  • Checkbox Custom Fields
  • Bug fixes


Project Types 

Vergo will now let you select the type of project you are creating.
By doing this, we will know what kind of projects that exists and we can improve support and maintenance.


Improved Login 

Vergo will now try to show the Microsoft account that you will be signed in with.
You will then be able to change account if you want to sign in with other credentials.


Date Picker Improvements

The date picker used in plan creation now displays week numbers.


Checkbox Custom Fields

We have added checkbox (Boolean) custom fields to Vergo.
If you want the user to be able check a box instead of writing text, you can use this custom field type.


Atea Vergo 1.4 is available now at

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Service Market 6.1.2

Season’s Greetings everyone!

We’re putting the last release of the year, Service Market 6.1.2, under the tree to get you that warm, extra happy feeling!

christmas-treeThere’s not too much in it, though; basically just a fulfilled wish to Santa for configuration options for Access Group, Distribution List and Folder products that makes them put the underlying AD groups in different OUs depending on product. Have a look in the Product Administration service for these products types and you’ll see it. Bear in mind that having different OUs for different products where one OU contains the other may lead to unwanted effects, and even workflow failures, if the products have the same prefix (or none)… so use this wisely :) That said, a typical use case for this could be to have the products in different exclusive Offerings, and have them set up groups in wholly different OUs depending on branch, office or country, where this would not be a problem.

We’ve also resolved an issue with file attachments to SCSM where the file extensions were removed along the way.

With this, we wish you Happy Holidays! Let’s hope for a good and prosperous 2017 for us all!


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Service Market 6.1.1

Winter is coming! And a new Service Market of course!

In this version we’re delivering a few requested features – keep the requests coming, ladies and gentlemen! We’re always happy to get your ideas, and sometimes we can even be persuaded into making something out of them!

We’ve added a new Product Question type that can search for computers and select them to get a computer name. It can also default to the computer you’re logged into. Might come in handy in your custom services!

You can now set one or many additional AD attribute(s) to use in Active Directory User Searches. Find it in the Configurator – Active Directory tab – General expandable box. This can be used for example to find users by title, by department or why not by phone number. Be aware that the attribute(s) you enter must work with string search in an LDAP request, and using it might have an impact on performance, especially in larger ADs (but try it!) or if you use a lot of attributes.

All services (as good as) make use of the configurable Display Name Format – this has been lurking in the configuration for ages, but has been used sparingly if at all. From now on, all services should follow the format when displaying user names, and also sort the users in views according to it. The new default looks a bit tricky but it’s simple really:

{FirstName=& }{LastName=& }({UserId}){Disabled= [disabled]}

What is this cryptic stuff? Well – each curly bracket represents a property on the user, and using the equal sign ‘=’ you can set a format that’s get set if the property exists and has a ‘truthy’ value. In that format the ampersand, ‘&’ represents the value. Having no equal sign means the property is displayed as it is. Outside of the curly brackets all characters and whitespace is preserved. Finally the disabled property.

So to use this to sort your users according to Last name, I’ll give you an example to fiddle around with:

{LastName=&, }{FirstName=& }({UserId}){Disabled= [disabled]}

Also, we’ve added an IP address column to the CDC monitor view. (Did you know about that one, folks?)

Finally, we’ve been looking over the 2016 versions of Windows Server, SQL Server, SCCM and Exchange to verify the functionality of Service Market in that environment. From what we’ve seen so far – it’s working without hitches. Should you experience something out of the ordinary with the latest versions and Service Market, don’t hesitate to let us know!

It’s early yet for season’s greetings – but still: Enjoy December! :)

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