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- System Hardware
- Operating Systems
- Network Configuration
- Connected Devices
- Logged-In Users & login history
- Software inventory
- Patches & system updates
Configure & Manage
- Users: local drive, printer mappings, startup- program
- Machine identity: names and domain membership
- System Configuration: firewall and shared resources
- System services and drivers: add or remove, start, stop, modify
- File & system registry: modify the system, transfer and receive
- Patches & Updates: system update schedule or apply patches
- Monitor system health & Resource Consumption: detect system health issues
Goverlan fully integrates with your internal Active Directory with powerful search capabilities. Quick find and access any Active Directory objects.
Manage accounts and groups, reset password or unlock accounts with Goverlan remote administration solutions.
You can also use Goverlan remote administration software to remotely change machine names and apply domain memberships.
Goverlan includes a powerful remote task manager that allows the monitoring and management of running processes. Keep an eye on performance counters and detect system health issues. Manage Startup programs to improve user login speed.
Query your users' machines live!
Goverlan's fastConnect feature queries where a user is logged-in live. Quickly and effortlessly access your users' machine — no information required!
Browse through and manage the remote file system. Transfer files to-and-from the remote PC. Get privileged command line and PowerShell access to your workstations and servers.
Get privileged command line and PowerShell access to your workstations and servers.
Power Management of remote machines with Intel® vPro™ AMT support for out-of-band management.
Power off, stand by, restart, or log off users on your remote endpoints.
Query and manage local user accounts and groups on an individual or set of machines.
Rename the local administrator account, reset the password, or modify group memberships.
Start, stop, modify, or remove system services or drivers.
Scan and report on connected devices like monitors, printers, drives, USB devices, and others.
Query and manage user drive mappings and connected printers.
Remotely configure additional file drive maps, printers, environment variables, or desktop shortcuts to your users’ desktop sessions without interrupting them.
Generate granular and comprehensive IT reports on the state and configuration of Active Directory objects and systems across your network.
Create software inventory reports, hardware inventory reports, and asset management reports.
Automate repetitive or complex IT management tasks.
Create systems management and Active Directory workflow automations, then run them as needed, scheduled or based on specific triggers.
Scan Active Directory objects or scopes of endpoints for a specific configuration or state, and report or react upon detection in real-time.
Using Goverlan’s real-time IT automation engine, scan, detect, and fix issues ranging from misconfiguration, threat-detection, IT compliance, or service unavailability.
The power management tool provides a quick status of a remote machine and allows Remote Control operators to reboot a desktop in safe mode or log a user off.
Communicate with your remote end-users via a Popup Message window. Remote operators can create message templates to announce recurring maintenance tasks.
Remote Control console operators can Initiate a VoIP chat session with a user through a remote control session.
Capture your remote desktop access session. You can export the current remote control view to a print, an image, or produce a video recording of the session.
Windows Auto-login is a useful tool for sysadmins or engineers who manage large lab environments, kiosk-based workstations. It allows the RC console operator to access the Auto Admin settings and change them remotely.
Process Automation, Goverlan's programmatic tool, is designed to streamline systems management tasks and reduce the complexity of managing an endpoint landscape comprised of disparate operating systems, software versions, application usage, and configurations.
With Process Automation system admins can create a runbook of routine systems management procedures and operations. Creating each automation is easy and fast.
While it can be used in compliment with PowerShell and VBScript, it doesn’t require any programming skills. It works in three easy steps.
One of the benefits of going programmatic is that you can schedule an IT workflow automation to run based on a chosen time and frequency or based on a trigger. This means that for instance a machine changing to a specific state or configuration can automatically set off a series actions without any manual or human intervention.
For example, you can:
Goverlan Reach offers a series of software, updates & patches management tools for system admins so they can distribute, install, update, uninstall and scan applications remotely. From a central repository, they can manage software updates, from Microsoft Windows or third parties such as Adobe, Google, Mozilla, and more.
You can generate reports within minutes to audit endpoints, QA your remote support operations, measure exposure, and validate the success of your remediation campaigns.
Example of reports:
View multiple systems at once and detect issues or undesired activity—live! Spot performance issues by monitoring CPU, disk, memory and network activity levels.
Shadow Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop and Microsoft RDP user session. Goverlan supports multiple-monitor remote desktop sessions.
Goverlan is capable of detecting active logged-in sessions of a user (including Citrix and RDP sessions). Specify a username to connect to, and Goverlan will present you with the user’s machines. You can even specify a partial user ID and Goverlan automatically searches Active Directory to resolve full user information.
Goverlan supports multi-monitors endpoint. Enable single monitor viewport or all monitors at once. Or view one viewport per monitor on the operator side.
Choose from the GovRC, GovRCMD, RDP, VNC, AMT, Telnet, or SSH access protocols to gain access to the full ecosystem of platform types.
On-demand assistance of any user over the internet. Unattended and privileged access to internal and external systems.