misolutions.comYour probably thinking of DeepFreeze. Differant animal entirely.
Anti-Executable allows you to specify those programs that need to update themselves and allow them to do so. As for patch managment, you set a time window when the system is unlocked so Kaseya can perform it's patch management tasks.
By the way, they have a reseller program and if you want you can be the sole purchaser of the licenses you sell, getting yourself higher volume discounts. Then with the Enterprise version you can set the central console up on your own server and manage the clients from one location. Does require opening a port on the firewall but you can specify the port.
jasonvmso with whitelist tech, how do you overcome the hundreds of different users?
2. how do you know what is ok to install on the systems, when you are not using a av? like when a user need a new software installed on there system how do you know it doesn't potentially have spy-ware or a virus in it?
jasonvmbut with is there to stop you the tech from installing a bad pick of software by mistake, when there is no av?
ScottbHi all, I just had a client over the past weekend bring in a pc with winanti08 on it. And I did some research on google (god bless google) and found a program called malwarebytes, found here http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php . I installed it after backing up the system and found that it got rid of it in one fell swoop. It even made a log of the files that were locked so that on start up it can get rid of them while they are still "unlocked" I am going to work on a way and see if I can get this guy scripted or find some way to make it run silently. I did not even need to update it to get rid of the winanti08. Good luck all! If I come up with a way to make it work through scripting I'll make a repost.
jasonvmwell I have seen were a download of adobe reader was infected with a problem even though it came for adobe, the virus scanner found it, but the other technology would not have, right?