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Specops Deploy is a deployment solution that simplifies the installation of operating systems, software, and applications in your Microsoft Active Directory environment. Specops Deploy extends the functionality of Group Policy and can be used to target any number of computer objects within Active Directory. You can use Specops Deploy to save user state during installation, manage user local settings, capture operating system image, and remotely manage and monitor multi-site deployments. Specops Deploy can also be used for managing the System Center Endpoint Protection client.PERSONALIZED TRIAL
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Specops Deploy removes time-consuming manual tasks and improves IT efficiency through a simplified software deployment process. Whether you are installing applications on multiple devices, or upgrading your computers to a new operating system, Specops Deploy is the key to ensuring your time is well spent.
Specops Deploy leverages your Active Directory infrastructure and creates a powerful application distribution platform through an innovative Group Policy based approach to application management. You can use Specops Deploy to deploy a variety of application types, including Windows Installer package, Windows Installer Patch, App-V package, Legacy setup, and Windows Store applications.
Specops Deploy monitors the activity in the system and offers real-time reports of what is happening at any given moment. This allows administrators to take the necessary action to quickly resolve any issues that may occur during a deployment, or verify that the system is running smooth.
Operating system deployment
- Zero touch deployment of all Windows versions, including Windows 10
- Re-install computers directly from the Active Directory Users and Computers console
- Builds on top of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit, Active Directory, and Group Policy
- Automatically replicates deployment shares across all deployment servers
- Simplifies the process of importing new or existing images into the system
- Retains user data between operating system re-installations
- Health monitoring in the console for all components
- Improves and simplifies driver management
- Closed loop reporting on the success and failure of application deployment
- Needs and complexity based targeting
- Detailed feedback about the progress, success, or failure of the software deployment process
- Scheduled software deployments that fit your schedule
- Supports software installations while Windows is started or when users are logging in
- Supports Windows Installer packages, App-V packages, Legacy packages, modern Windows Store applications
- Uses Background Intelligent Transfer Service for package downloads which ensures the best possible performance over slow or unreliable network links
- Built-in support for deploying Microsoft App-V virtual applications to your clients.
- Group Policy based management of the System Center Endpoint Protection client
- Manages different configurations based on the needs of your organization
- Comprehensive threat reporting
Specops Deploy named winner of District Administration Magazine Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products for 2016!
Marcus Kaber, CEO of Specops Software “Specops Deploy helps automate deployment and cuts operating system upgrade time in half. With minimal disruption, schools can now focus on teaching and learning.”
5/5 rating on ITSMdaily.com!
Erik Blum, ” The most important thing about Specops is that you can automate everything. In the past technicians had to manually perform computer backup before the computer was upgraded to the latest Windows version. You can and should automate this task. Also, automating application installation/upgrade/replacement is easy.”
4.5/5 rating and Gold Award on WindowsNetworking.com!
Brien Posey, “Another thing that I really liked about Specops OS Deploy is that it keeps the administrator informed of what is going on with deployments…the Deployment tab can accumulate a lot of information, especially in large environments that deploy lots of operating systems.”