RemoteExec features

MSI packages deployment

RemoteExec quickly and easily deploys applications packaged in .msi format to hundreds or (tens of) thousands of Windows systems.

You simply need to specify the .msi path and the action to take (install/uninstall/repair/update), select the target computers, and launch the deployment in a click.

Remote MSI installation settings

Remote execution

RemoteExec allows remote execution of programs (.exe, .bat, .cmd), scripts (.vbs, .js) and files associated to executables (.txt, .doc, .wav, .reg, .inf, .msi, …).

Remote execution progress window

Service Packs, patches and updates deployment

With RemoteExec, you can deploy Service Packs, updates, patches and hotfixes to all required Windows systems in minutes.

Registry modification

RemoteExec allows remote modification of the registry on all Windows systems throughout the network, or of a specific subset of computers.

You just have to indicate the path to the .reg, select the target systems and launch with a click.

Remote execution result window

File Operations

RemoteExec allows copying, updating or deleting files and folders on Windows systems of your choice throughout the network.

Remote file operations settings

Password and local account management

RemoteExec allows remotely changing the Local Administrator Password and disabling all other local accounts in order to reinforce security.

Remote password and local account management interface

Interaction with remote systems

RemoteExec enables you to remotely power off, reboot or shutdown systems, wake up computers equipped with Wake-On-LAN technology and lock or close user sessions.

Remote system interaction settings

Scheduling

RemoteExec comes with an integrated scheduler allowing action execution at a specific time and/or frequency.

You will be able to plan deployment to workstations outside of working hours, or to automatically rerun previously failed actions due to system unavailability (unconnected laptops, etc.).

RemoteExec scheduler

Reporting

Once an execution is finished, RemoteExec automatically generates a list of systems on which the execution failed (if any). That list can be directly reinserted to rerun the execution and complete the task.

RemoteExec also collects and displays the return codes generated by the remote processes, allowing the administrator to check system status.

RemoteExec logs execution history and results into an Access or SQL Server database and generates graphical, printable reports.

RemoteExec reporting

User alerts

RemoteExec can send instant alerts to users by displaying pop-ups and/or running sound files, enabling administrators to warn of any upcoming downtime or maintenance event.

Remote user alerts example

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Automation via command line mode

RemoteExec can be used via the command line and can also be invoked by a script or any automation tool in order to silently launch required executions on remote computers.

Impersonation accounts

RemoteExec allows using impersonation accounts in order to perform remote executions throughout heterogeneous networks requiring different administrator accounts.

Different execution contexts

RemoteExec can be used to silently perform remote executions in background, or can launch interactive executions displaying information to the user and requiring his interaction.

Multi action mode

RemoteExec can execute complex, multiple step actions. You can for example configure the following: System wake up > Deployment of one or more patches > File and folder replication > Registry modification > System power off.

Favorite folders

Remote Action configurations and lists of Target Computers can be saved in favorite folders in order to use them again quickly.

Agentless, non-intrusive and secure

RemoteExec is an agentless, encrypted solution that only requires ICMP (ping) and Microsoft File and Printer Sharing (SMB TCP 445).

Conditional Actions

RemoteExec is equipped with a mini scanner allowing remote system configuration information to be collected and used for conditional updating: OS version, OS level (server/workstation), Service Pack, Internet Explorer version, customizable registry key/value, OS language, architecture, etc…

This makes for example possible to execute a deployment on Windows Vista SP2 workstations only, without having to select them manually.

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