You should have a thwack account. if you don’t have one, get one.
You’ll get notices on some interesting things from time to time and you’ll be able to ask the usergroup questions and learn some cool things.
Today I got an alert about a lab on scripting happing.
It was informative discussion on using the compliance manager tools in solarwinds. You can create your own compliance settings or use one of the pre-built scripts.
They spoke of using remediation from right inside the script, but I would feel a lot more comfortable running, checking the devices that failed, and then remediating manually or then using the remediation scripting portion.