Administration and Diagnostics from A to Z

Watch and see how you can support users behind-the-scenes in real-time and WITHOUT remote control. We will take a comprehensive look at Goverlan Administration and Diagnostics in this week’s webinar: Administration and Diagnostics from A to Z Topics will include: Software and patch deployment Active Directory management and reporting Live troubleshooting desktops and servers The power […]

Automating IT with Goverlan

Goverlan Training – Automating IT with Goverlan Watch as we demonstrate Goverlan and show real-world examples and tips. In this technical demonstration we will discuss: The basics of installation and configuration Managing the Goverlan agents Navigating the modules Building customs reports Automating IT Active Directory management Terminating a user with a single click Reinstating/provisioning user […]

What is Goverlan Administration & Diagnostics?

The struggle is real… I find myself struggling with how to properly market and explain what Goverlan Administration & Diagnostics is. I figured I would write a quick blog post and see if I can do a better job than what we have on our product page. (Found here: http://www.goverlan.com/products/administration-diagnostics.php) Administration & Diagnostics The best way to […]

Live Status Indicator now available

Live Status Indicators Goverlan Administration & Diagnostics now contains a live status indicator / up-time monitoring. If you focus on any OU containing machines, the icon next to each machine indicates the machine’s current state. This will help you quickly glance at an OU and see a machines current status. The differently colored icons next to each […]

New features or enhancements?

New Features or Enhancements in Goverlan version 8.01.07 We were just having a quick discussion whether some of the new additions to Goverlan were considered new features or enhancements. We decided that if the addition was something that a non-customer cared about like PowerShell support or NTFS permissions reporting (we offer both), it was a feature. If […]