Admin Tools | BatchPatch 2013.11.26.15.19
Date: 11/26/2013 10:21 PM
Size: 369 KB
License: Shareware $299.00+
Requires: Win 8 / Win 7 / Vista/ XP
Downloads: 4595 times
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Use it as a central console to initiate the download and installation of Windows updates or non-Windows patches to LOTS of remote computers, simultaneously. Then initiate remote reboots and monitor status in real-time. Additional features include a task scheduler, job queues, wake on LAN, front-end for PsExec, and more.
How it works:
BatchPatch was designed to be simple and intuitive. Special attention was given to keeping the app as slim as possible. No installation necessary just launch the EXE and youre ready to go! You start by loading a list of computer names, IP addresses or MAC addresses (MACs are required for Wake on LAN). Then highlight one, some, or all rows in the grid to perform actions on just the selected hosts. Either right click on the currently selected rows or use the Actions menu to select an action to perform. It doesnt get much easier than that!
The installation of Windows updates is performed by executing a script (using PsExec) on the remote machine(s). If you have specified alternate logon credentials (this means that you have disabled Integrated Security in BatchPatch for a specific host or set of hosts) when you choose a WSUS task from the actions menu, PsExec will send the specified credentials in clear text to the remote machine. However, if you enable Integrated Security (impersonates the currently logged on user) your credentials will not be passed in clear text. It is strongly recommended to always use Integrated Security whenever possible. Its more secure and more reliable. BatchPatch is FREE to try. The evaluation version is fully functional with only one exception. You are limited to a maximum of 7 hosts in the grid. Try it out and see if it suits your needs before investing any money.
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