Goverlan Reach offers a series of tools designed to streamline software inventory and deployment.
System administrators use our solution to distribute, update, uninstall and audit software applications remotely on one or more computers with real-time push technology.
Also, automate software management procedures. Process Automation, Goverlan Reach’s programmatic automation framework, reduces the complexity of distributing software to a landscape comprised of external and internal machines, disparate operating systems, application usage and configurations.
Goverlan Reach’s software deployment tools provide real-time push technology, support for MSI and EXE software packages, and silent install to avoid disrupting users as well as the ability to:
- Collect detailed data for software installed on any remote machine
- Repair corrupted programs
- Uninstall software on individual or groups of machines
- Programmatically bring servers, desktops, and other remote machines into compliance with software policy
- Patch Windows or other third-party software
The software repository is a key feature necessary to streamline the installation process. It allows system administrators to store their MSI or EXE-based packages in a central location. Software packages can be configured, catalogued and referenced by version so they can be dispatched manually or programmatically when needed.
Goverlan Reach allows for a central software repository to be shared across all Goverlan Reach operators within your organization and for each system administrator to manage their own private repository independently.
Using Process Automation and the software repository, you can dispatch software packages by targeting
- individual computers
- a group of computers
- an Active Directory domain
- a site
- an OU
- an IP range.
The remote installation process of a software application can be executed on a per-needed basis. It can be scheduled to run at a specific time, on a regular basis or a programmable trigger.
With Scope Action, Goverlan Reach’s IT Automation tool, you can build a complete software installation workflow that includes additional system preparation tasks such as registry and ﬁle system modiﬁcations, script executions, user notiﬁcations.
Goverlan Reach can also be used to deploy patches from third-party applications such as Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, and other vendors. Third-party software patching can be pushed via software updates, ﬁle transfers, script executions, command line executions and more.
Tracking software assets and software inventory can be difficult. You can use our solution to monitor and collect software inventory data from managed endpoints.
Use our process automation tools to scan endpoints, detect prohibited, deprecated or outdated software applications and remediate the situation in real-time.
Simply define a set of software attribute search criteria such as software name, manufacturer, version, installation path, define a scope, and select proper course of action: uninstall or update software.
You can automate the entire process including configuration tasks, such as the deletion of data files, or removal of registry data.