Webinar Recording: “Complete control” with Microsoft SCCM and these tools

“Complete Control” with Microsoft SCCM and Goverlan If you missed our webinar on Friday (or you loved it and want to see it again), here is a link to the recording. Also included is the slide deck with all the links to the fantastic free tools for managing Microsoft SCCM environments that were mentioned during the […]

Upcoming Webinar: “Complete control” with Microsoft SCCM and these tools

“Complete control” with Microsoft SCCM and these tools Friday, December 4th at 12pm ET http://windowsitpro.com/goverlan/complete-control-microsoft-sccm?code=goverlanlink Microsoft SCCM is a large-scale configuration management solution that can support up to 400,000 managed nodes in a site hierarchy. Because it is designed for massive scale, it would be impractical, if not impossible for SCCM to operate in “real-time.” […]

Concerned with FIPS 201? Read about Goverlan smart card redirection!

Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS 201) FIPS 201 is a United States federal government standard that specifies Personal Identity Verification (PIV) requirements for Federal employees and contractors. The overall goal of FIPS 201 is to achieve appropriate security assurance by verifying the claimed identity of individuals seeking physical access to Federally control government facilities and […]

Goverlan Suite and Goverlan WMIX Win Platinum Awards!

Goverlan wins Platinum Awards! We are honored to announce that Goverlan Suite and Goverlan WMIX both won Platinum (1st place) awards in the 2015 Redmond Magazine Readers’ Choice awards. Goverlan also won awards in the following categories: Goverlan Suite Remote Client Management + Troubleshooting Solution – Platinum (1st Place) Network Automation + Batch Processing – Gold […]

Generating NTFS Permissions Reports with Goverlan

Generating NTFS Permissions Reports with Goverlan The combination of a report on NTFS permissions for a corporate share and a report on AD group memberships helps define the who has access, what level of access, where do they have access, etc. The unanswered questions seems to be WHY? As in why should I (or you) care […]

PowerShell and Goverlan (Part 1) – Generating Scripts

PowerShell and Goverlan 1 of 4- Generating Scripts with WMIX You can do a lot of really awesome things with Goverlan and a bit of PowerShell. This blog post series will take you through some of the PowerShell support that Goverlan offers. Goverlan PowerShell support includes: Generating scripts from any WMI class/instance (part 1, this […]

Announcing Goverlan Free Remote Control!

Goverlan Free Remote Control is now available! I am writing this from the show floor at TechMentor 2015; what a great place to announce a new free product focused on SysAdmins! So, here it is – Goverlan Free Remote Control: http://www.goverlan.com/free-remote-control.php Top 5: What makes Goverlan Free Remote Control special? Active Directory integration: Surprisingly, being free is […]