What can be simpler than applying a patch to an application? — All it takes is downloading and launching the setup file, right? — Wrong, unless youve got just a few machines that need to be serviced. How much more of scurrying through offices and wasting your valuable time would that «simple» routine take if you had, say, fifty, a hundred or even more computers?
You could «tell» your computer to get the job done for you. If you grab a copy of NetUpdate — an update distribution suite, — all youd need to do in order to keep your software fresh at all times is to install a lightweight agent application on each computer to be serviced. Do that once, and enjoy watching how the rest is carried out automatically.
The distinctive features of the software are friendliness and ease of use. Its visual update management pane makes administrators job intuitive and doesnt require any coding.
Once you have everything installed and ready, set up a new update project, upload the necessary files, set the update schedule, and... get yourself a cup of coffee. At the appointed time, the agent applications will connect to the server, retrieve and install the updates.
The network updater can perform a full or incremental update in the silent or interactive mode. It ensures the integrity of software being installed by performing a number of security checks. It also keeps track of version number and will make sure that only newer versions of software are installed.
This is a neat solution for delivering updates electronically and saving your time and legwork.
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