Monthly Archives: February 2014

Deploying Windows Service Packs to Many Computers using BatchPatch

Did you know that you can deploy Windows Service Packs with BatchPatch? It’s actually very simple, just like deploying software or patches. BatchPatch gives you a simple way to push a service pack installer file to target computers, execute the service pack installation across all the target machines at the same time, and then reboot […]

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Using BatchPatch to Start and Stop Windows Services on Multiple Computers

Did you know that BatchPatch provides functionality to control Windows services on remote computers? For example, maybe you want to remotely reboot a large number of computers, but after they come online you also want to make sure that all services that are set to automatic are started. Fortunately you can do that pretty easily […]

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Deploy Registry Keys to Many Computers – Video Demo

Registry key deployment to numerous remote computers using BatchPatch – Video Demo:

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Deploy Registry Keys to Multiple Computers Using BatchPatch

A systems administrator frequently needs to update the Windows Registry of every computer on his/her network. Did you know that you can use BatchPatch to accomplish this task extremely rapidly? BatchPatch provides administrators with a very simple way of getting registry keys to remote computers on a network. Before we do anything please note that […]

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Deploy Software Remotely to Many Computers

This video demonstrates how to deploy software to multiple computers quickly and easily. It only takes a few clicks and a few seconds. In this instance we push install Notepad++ to 5 computers on our network.  

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BatchPatch – New Features – 2014-02-13

Hey folks! – We published a new build earlier today, and I would like to take a moment to share with you some of the new features. Read remote event log entries It’s now super-easy and convenient to use BatchPatch to help diagnose problems on your computers. We’ve added direct support to query the Windows […]

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BatchPatch Integration with WSUS and Group Policy

One of the questions we commonly receive is what is the best way to use BatchPatch in conjunction with a WSUS server? First, let me say that BatchPatch works great in conjunction with WSUS, and since WSUS is free and extremely simple to setup, there’s little reason to not have it. However, WSUS is definitely […]

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Silently Deploy EXEs and MSIs to Computers on Your Network

BatchPatch makes it very simple to deploy not only Windows Updates but also software, scripts, registry keys, MSIs, EXEs… you name it.  Today we’re going to be discussing how to deploy software to computers on your network.  In this case we’ll use Firefox as an example. (Scroll to the bottom for a video demonstration) 1.  […]

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BatchPatch – New Features Released Fourth Quarter 2013

Hey everyone – I just wanted to take a few minutes to blog about some of the new features that we’ve added to BatchPatch over the past several months. We’ve been able to get a lot of good functionality added, and there is still a plenty more to come in the new year. The list […]

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