1E’s Wake-on-LAN solution
How many times have you fallen victim to misconfigured software, either as a user or an IT admin? Misconfigured software can pose a number of challenges for users across the board, including: IT Admins who design comprehensive solutions dependent upon specific features and functionality Desktop Engineers who need to ensure seamless integration with the operating
Background The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is an Information Technology (IT) management framework that provides practices for Information Technology Services Management (ITSM), IT development, and IT operations. ITIL gives detailed descriptions of a number of important IT practices and provides comprehensive check-lists, tasks and procedures that any IT organization can tailor to its needs.
Background Recent articles in this series provided you with an overview the entire process of how the wake-on-LAN (WOL) portion of our PC power management solution NightWatchman works. This article assumes you have read those background articles prior to this document. In the first article, titled 1E WakeUp Server and its AgentFinder Process, we described
I recently posted a lengthy and detailed blog 1E WakeUp Server and its AgentFinder Process. This article introduced the concept of identifying 1E Agents present on the local subnets within the boundaries of a WakeUp Server installation, and assigning two of them the roles of a primary and alternate agent for their respective subnets. The
Background This article concentrates on one little-known aspect of the wake-on-LAN portion of 1E NightWatchman. This product is capable of being installed in a so-called “integrated” fashion, where it becomes part of the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) product; and, in a “stand-alone” model where it is integral to the NightWatchman Management Center (NWMMC; i.e.
Hello everyone. Following my post regarding our commitment to support relevant third party platforms within 90 days, I thought I’d write a note to update you all on the current state of 1E products as they relate to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. AppClarity AppClarity 4.0 & 4.5 will both offer full SCCM
1E are proud to release a white paper about Accelerated Windows 7 Deployments that covers the challenges of a Windows 7 migration. It talks about optimizing Windows 7 migrations from Application Rationalization, where you’re faced with the issue of what applications are actually required to be migrated to the new OS, through to the varying
In a move that shows sustainable IT can also be affordable, Kiwibank has implemented an automatic shut-down service on all of its computers, a change forecast to save the bank thousands of dollars a year on power bills and up to 32 tonnes off its carbon footprint. Read the full article: http://www.techday.co.nz/netguide/news/automated-shut-downs-a-success/20454/