resPackageLogs outputs the log tarball to /root/res-logs-<date_time>.tar.gz. It would be useful if the person running resPackageLogs could specify as an optional argument the target directory to place the res-logs tarball.
That way server admins can grant sudo permissions for Resilient administrators to run 'sudo resPackageLogs' without also having to grant something like 'sudo cp /root/res-logs*' as well.
Example would be:
sudo resPackageLogs --target-directory /tmp