Reminder – February’s Free SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Report is Computer Adobe Details

Computer Adobe Details is only available in FEBRUARY, so make sure to email Info AT Enhansoft today. In the Computer Adobe Details report you will see information about the Adobe SKU and license type installed on a specific PC. All of our reports have the Role-Based Administration (RBA) feature enabled. This means that if you are using System Center 2012...

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Increase Control and Speed Delivery of Digital IT Services – Add an App Store to Your Service Catalog

Providing out of the box integration with the two most popular IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions, BMC Remedy and ServiceNow, App Portal 2015 adds value to the IT service catalog by automating IT governance, verifying license availability, and orchestrating software deployment to all end user’s devices. Working together an enterprise app store and an IT Service Catalog will increase control and speed delivery of digital IT services. Using a configurable App Portal and ITSM combined workflow, enterprises provide a transparent, friendly, personalized user experience while maintaining proper controls and governance over valuable enterprise software. The app store knows what devices…

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Reminder – Help Choose Enhansoft’s Next Free SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Report for the Month of March

The report choices are: Computer Share Details OR List of PCs by Sound Device Manufacturer. VOTE HERE! a) The Computer Share Details report provides the share type, share name, share path and share caption for a specific PC. Additionally, you can decide whether or not to include administrative shares (Disk Drive Admin, Print Queue Admin, Device Admin, IPC Admin). Knowing...

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Merge Modules Simplify Installation Development

Modular design has been around for centuries. This “building block” approach provides reusable components that save project time. Merge Modules are essentially installer sub-projects that can be created independently of one another and later merged together. Each module is a collection of complete installation functionality. Reusable Developers can easily create suite installers, subinstallers, and templates, delivering reusability from project to project, within development teams, across the enterprise, or from third-party providers. Benefits Merge Modules provide many benefits for complex installations. For instance: Combine several Merge Modules from different products to create a “Suite Installer” Independent development teams in different locations…

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New: App Portal 2015 – Universal Enterprise App Store

The new version of App Portal 2015 is now available and this release solves major challenges faced by many enterprise IT organizations. Employees have multiple devices they need apps for and they expect personalized service Enterprises are investing in new infrastructure and adding Enterprise Mobility Management Increasing demand to deliver mobile apps with the same service levels as on the desktop, with minimal manual involvement, but with the ability to provide proactive support. IT governance of licenses and control over software spend In many enterprises services are fragmented, multiple software deployment systems deliver desktop and mobile applications to employees and…

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Why an Enterprise App Store should be included in your IT Service Catalog

Deploying software has unique requirements to ensure that applications work on employees devices without conflicts, that licenses and approvals are obtained, and that corporate policies are followed and documented. Like prescription drugs, enterprise software can be very expensive and companies often institute corporate policies aimed at ensuring that they are getting the best return on their investment. In many ways, this is similar to the role an enterprise app store plays in the IT service catalog.

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SCCM 2012 R2 and SP1 February 2015 anti-malware platform update for Endpoint Protection Clients

Players, If you’re on SCCM 2012 R2 or SP1, you’ll have noticed (depending on your WSUS sync schedule) a new version of SCEP that became available this week. We’re now on version 4.7.205.0 The update contains the following improvements: The following configuration settings are updated in the ADMX templates: DisableAutoExclusions SubmitSamplesConsent UILockdown Improvements to registry and file system protection to counter tampering from malware. Sub-mount points can be automatically excluded, and volumes can be fully excluded in Real time protection (RTP). This update also includes the deprecation of the DisableGenericReports subkey in the following registry location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows Defender\Reporting NOTE: You need to be on at least CU1 of SCCM 2012 R2 or CU 5 for SCCM 2012 SP1. Please refer to this link (where I got the info from for this post) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3036437 Enjoy Heinrich Pelser

Read the complete blog: http://thedesktopteam.com/blog/heinrich/sccm-2012-r2-and-sp1-february-2015-anti-malware-platform-update-for-endpoint-protection-clients/

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Windows 10 May Be Here Sooner Than Expected

This week Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be released to manufactures as early as June 2015. That’s earlier than expected and highlights Microsoft’s goal of releasing new versions and updates at an increasing pace. For enterprise customers with global deployments, keeping up with a new OS is a huge undertaking and allowing Microsoft to automatically deliver new features and updates continuously to its infrastructure is problematic. Critical enterprise systems require strong change management and compatibility testing and verification prior to releasing updates into production to ensure systems continue to operate reliably. A highly automated and continuous Application Readiness process…

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Windows 10 Command Prompt New Features

I have been a CMD prompt user for years and now Microsoft has added some very cool features 1st Cut and Paste !!!! 2nd The old command prompt window in the properties section has some new bits. Let’s look at the tabs – under options -  the edit mode Look at the color tab And then check out the experimental...

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