Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Best Software to Automate Windows Patching

Systems administrators have quite a few options when it comes to applying Windows updates to the computers that they’re responsible for. In smaller environments with looser requirements it might be totally sufficient to just manually install updates each month by logging on to each computer with Remote Desktop or some type of KVM solution, and […]

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Using the Row Template Configurator to Automatically Apply Job Queues and Scheduled Tasks to New Rows When They Are Added to the Grid

BatchPatch has a very neat feature that is probably not used nearly as much as it would be used if more people realized it existed, and if they understood what it is. It’s called the ‘Row Template Configurator‘ and it can be found under ‘Grid > Row template configurator…‘ inside the software. The row template […]

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Remotely Patch and Reboot Multiple Computers

If you’ve stumbled upon this page, it’s probably because you are looking for a simple method to remotely apply Windows updates to multiple computers on your network, simultaneously. Not only that but you also want to be able to have the entire patch and reboot process automated so that you can pretty much just press […]

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