Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) has been considered an exemplary tool for managing Microsoft applications. It does both patch management and software deployment seamlessly. But handling third-party applications isn't its game. That's why, in addition to third-party patch management, Patch Connect Plus has come up with third-party software deployment with 'Applications Management'. For information on how to configure 'Applications Management' click here.
Patch Connect Plus allows you to install third-party software applications directly from SCCM console. With Patch Connect Plus' Application Management you get,
Patch Connect Plus is backed with a strong 300 plus-application-repository that comes with all popular third-party applications like Java, Apple iTunes, Google Chrome etc. This way, Patch Connect Plus saves you from the daunting task of downloading your favourite applications from the vendor site.
Patch Connect Plus offers application templates which you can harness to perform basic and some of the widely used deployment actions while installing third-party applications. These application template include,
With application deployment, comes the complex task of customizing it to your enterprise's need. Patch Connect Plus' Application Management helps you run custom scripts to perform pre and post deployment actions. You can have your script to apply follow-up configurations, change registry settings, create/remove shortcuts, create/append path, and much more before or after the installation.
Here are some of the common scenarios in Microsoft SCCM for which Patch Connect Plus' Application Management has solutions.
I am a part of system administration team of a growing organization and I'm responsible for installing new software applications on user computers with Microsoft SCCM. Is there a way to automate the installation of third-party applications?
Solution: Under the Application Management tab in Patch Connect Plus console, you can select the desired application that needs to be created in SCCM, and click on 'Create Applications'. Upon creation, the application will be automatically installed to the target computers.