What's the best tool for handling updates across multiple computers?
wstark 3 years ago
I'm working for a company that hasn't had much standardization, and have convinced my boss that we could see some real benefits from working with a homogenous environment where all the machines are running the same versions of the same software. Since I don't have the privilege of reghosting all the computers from scratch, what's the best approach for keeping all the computers on the same versions after I manually apply a bunch of Microsoft updates and service packs? I'm looking for something that's not too costly but woul dallow me to keep tabs on which programs have been updated and which ones still need to be updated.
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