AutoAdministrator lets you query or update a variety of Windows settings and services across any number of servers and/or workstations, without the need to create a script or perform the actions manually. Simply select the feature, computers (it integrates with Active Directory) and click start. Features include file management, file queries, shutdown/reboots, password management, network connectivity checks, registry management, service management as well as ODBC management.
Automating tasks like these usually involves writing a script, which can take a lot of your time. With AutoAdministrator you can perform tasks, such as setting registry values on multiple computers, with a few clicks and no hassle! Using AutoAdministrator can save you hours of your time that you would otherwise spend on mundane tasks.
Core AutoAdministrator features:
- * Copy or delete files and folders from remote machines
- * Query remote files for information and attributes
- * Reboot or shutdown multiple machines
- * Add, copy, set, remove and query registry parameters
- * Control, query and delete services
- * Query, change or reset user account passwords
- * List or count locally logged on users
- * Verify network connectivity to remote hosts using ping
- * Roll out an ODBC DSN configurations
- * Import computers from files, the network neighborhood, EventSentry and Active Directory!
- * Query WMI on remote systems an capture the output
- * Execute processes on remote hosts
The update process itself is fully threaded, making it possible to push updates in a very short time, even to a large amount of computers.
Another new feature is the ability to create presets, making it a snap to repeat common tasks. Simply configure the feature (e.g. query service W3SVC), select the computers and save it as a preset. The next time you open AutoAdministrator, you can simply select the preset and click "Update".