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Enterprise-wide remote installations, updates and executions. RemoteExec remotely installs applications, executes programs/scripts and updates files and folders on Windows systems throughout the network.

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  • Deployment

    Easily deploy MSI packages, Service Packs, patches, hotfixes, etc. and be instantaneously informed of the results

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  • Remote execution

    Remotely execute programs, scripts, and associated files, or schedule them for a later date or time

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  • Remote configuration management

    Modify the registry, change LocalAdmin passwords, disable local accounts, copy/update/delete files and folders

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  • Interaction with remote systems

    Remotely power off, wake up, reboot servers and workstations, lock or close user sessions, etc.

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RemoteExec benefits

  • Significantly speed up and reduce the workload for updating your Windows systems
  • React instantly in face of emergency situations
  • Eliminate all disruptive interventions during working hours
  • Get a single point of remote deployment and execution
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System Requirements

Target computers
Windows 2000 - Windows XP - Windows 2003 - Windows Vista - Windows Server 2008 - Windows Seven - Windows Server 2008 R2 - No Service Pack requirement
Administration console
Windows 2000 (The Service pack 4 and MDAC 2.6 are required) - Windows XP - Windows 2003 - Windows Vista - Windows Server 2008 - Windows Seven - Windows Server 2008 R2
Remote execution requirements
The account running RemoteExec needs administrative rights on Target Computers.
Microsoft file and printer sharing (SMB TCP 445) and ICMP (ping) should be enabled. (also need to be allowed in any firewall between the administration console and Target Computers)