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Check softwares on all computers on a network [closed]

i recently started a new job as IT and i'm kind of newbie at network management. So i am asked to prepare an inventory list of all computers. Operating system info, Office Version info, Basic hardware ...
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1answer
59 views

Active Directory Management Software [closed]

Can anybody recommend me an active directory management tool that allow delegate admin rights to nonadmin users; I need non admin users to; install "allowed" software to "allowed" paths (via hash) ...
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1answer
574 views

What are pros and cons of keeping a local administrator account in Windows 7 workstations in a domain?

We have a network with Windows 7 Enterprise machines, all members of a domain. We've been keeping a local (unlocked) 'Admin' account on each workstation in parallel to the built-in (locked) ...
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1answer
142 views

Creating trusts between environments

I have always been a big advocate of complete separation of environments where you manage credentials for all environments separately. Recently I have been asked to think about the ramifications of ...
3
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1answer
655 views

Have you successfully installed Active Directory Management Gateway Service on 2008?

I've got a pair of 2008 DCs onto which I've been trying to install the Active Directory Management Gateway Service. (I only wanted it on one but when that didn't work I tried another.) Both are ...
3
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3answers
188 views

End-User AD Management solution

We've just migrated to a pure Microsoft environment and are looking for an end-user AD management solution. Ideally we'd like users to be able to manage their personal info in AD. We have ~500 users ...
0
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2answers
173 views

How do enterprises generally centrally manage their networks?

This is specific to Windows domain based networks. Is there a popular 3rd party software for central management of the network - as in for managing installations, patches, updates, remote power-on, ...