Kaseya Connect 2013: Software Deployment and 3rd Party Patching Made Easy

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Need to deploy a set of applications for a specific role? Are you unaware of users installing 3rd party updates on their own?  How can you ensure zero day exploits from 3rd party software is closed across your entire network? Join us for this session as we review the various methods and best practices for configuring proper Software Deployment profiles and automated policies through this powerful solution.

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  • Increase in mobile devices + Increase in support expectations+ Increased support costs+ Frozen or reduced budgets+ Reduced staff
  • Increase in mobile devices + Increase in support expectations+ Increased support costs+ Frozen or reduced budgets+ Reduced staff
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  • Scan / Update Only Scan only for onboardingTry and see if specific customers who requested it are at Connect?Catalog - Not only Ninite, develop additional catalog entries with Uninstall (6.3/1.1 feature)Interactive Example of Pre-script allowing or preventing an app from installingpost-script for notifying user app install is completeProfiles - Examples of targeting to department, tie in to Policy Management for how Profiles are applied0-Day vulnerabilities - How to immediately deploy 'emergency' app, how to setup policy to routinely deploy common appsCatalog Refresh ManualWhat are we doing to mitigate those time frames between Ninite and Kaseya catalogLocal File SourceBenefitsTie in custom report to KSDU
  • Kaseya Connect 2013: Software Deployment and 3rd Party Patching Made Easy

    1. 1. Software Deployment and3rd Party Patching Made Easy
    2. 2. SpeakersGerald Beaulieu Ben Lavalley
    3. 3. Agenda• Software Deployment Challenges• Use Case Demonstration• Licensing• Q&A
    4. 4. Software Deployment Challenges• Packages and Installers• Catalog and Version Control• Software Audit• Command Lines and Switches• Incompatibilities• No Automation• Downtime• User Interruption• Poor Resource Allocation• Increased Costs• Lower Profitability (MSP)• Security Impact!!4
    5. 5. Scripting Deployment Challenges• Great for one-off but…– Limited Samples and Standards– Time Consuming– OS Differences, Versions, Localization– No Deployment Policies– Difficult to Package Dependencies– Limited Visibility5
    6. 6. K2 Single Pane Of Glass Solution
    7. 7. • Deploy New Software• Update Software• By Policy or Ad-Hoc• Silent Installation• 90+ Software Titles (Ninite Provider)• Catalog – Version TrackingSoftware Deployment and Update v1.0
    8. 8. KSDU v1.1 Enhancements• Uninstall option• Offline scanning• Flexible scan options– Scan only– Scan, and update if installed– Scan, deploy, and update• MSI Answer File Support• Conditional Install/Uninstall• Copy Profile• Command Line Options• Dashboard charts with drill-down options– Custom Reporting– New Alerts
    9. 9. KSDU Value-Add over Ninite Pro• Multi-Tenant Configuration• Multiple Versions Tracked• Profile Creation– Align to Org, Role or View• Mix Custom Package with Ninite Apps• Flexible Scheduling• Approval Process• Reboot Actions with Agent Procedures• Policy Management Integration• Visibility of Completion and Policy Compliance• Local File Source• Single Pane of Glass!! (Discover, Manage, Report)
    10. 10. Use Case Examples• Scan Only or Scan and Update• Custom Installers and Scripting• Automated 0-Day Vulnerability Patching• Scalability with Local File Source• Software Deployment Report Creation
    11. 11. Lets See How It’s Done…
    12. 12. Kaseya SDU Licensing• Delivery Options– On Premises– Cloud• Subscription Licensing– Month to Month or Annual• License Pulled from Pool When:– Assigned to Profile– Manual Push (Released after 30 days)12
    13. 13. Questions?

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