Good product with all basic tools for managing updates on corporate endpoints. Works just fine on machines outside of the local network which is a great benefit. An in-built remote desktop is a great plus and above all, it is super cheap. The support is great and new features are released quite often. I want to stick to it for now and we'll see how the product develops further.
Action1.com will give you remote access to computers for free for up to 100 computers. Plus you can deploy patches and software and get hw and sw inventories from their website. Wanna know if everyone has Sofware X up to version 9.99? - Source: Reddit / 26 days ago
I'm using Action1 (action1.com) in a 250 user company and find its cost ($1 per month per device) to be inexpensive for the benefits of the product. I use their built-in remote access (as admin without jumping through hoops) hourly, the windows updates fill my WSUS needs and the app installs for "free" stuff (7-zip, Adobe Reader etc) is great, along with their app updates... those items are my use all the time,... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
You should look at action1.com it fits almost all if not all your above items and no Chocolatey needed and no TeamViewer needed as well as it has a built-in remote access as admin. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
a lot of free/base level RDP software will require someone to be at the remote computer that you want to control in order to grant permissions. IT style software will probably require you to install something on your home computer, but will then allow you to access it from anywhere with a management console. The software I mentioned (http://action1.com/) has a management console compatible with a browser, so you... - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
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