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Adding User Environment Management When You've Already Got Desktop Inventory

Live Event Published By: Dell Software
Dell Software
Published:  Oct 23, 2012
Type:  Live Event

Quest Software, now a part of Dell

Presenters: Greg Shields, Partner, Concentrated Technology; Robert Crosley, Senior Product Manager, Dell

Skinning cats and managing desktops share a key trait:  There are plenty of ways to get the job done.  Most IT shops have some kind of inventory and management solution in place - SCCM, KACE, Altiris, others - but those solutions don't have everything to provide and support a productive user environment.  You want better desktop management, but without creating new inventory databases. 

Greg Shields of Concentrated Technology has been doing desktop management for as long as there have been desktops.  Join him and Robert Crosley of Dell as they discuss some of the new approaches in integrating best-in-class user environment management solutions with whatever you already use in collecting inventory. Learn what you should add to your systems inventory and management to truly provide your users what they need.

In this webcast, we will cover:

  • Enforcing user configurations (without log-on scripts)
  • Providing resources for your users like printers and drives
  • Using Group Policy templates
  • Enabling remote management, not just remote support

Date: Thursday, November 15, 2012?

Time: 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT

Tags : 
user environment management, user-experience, inventory management