On a public access machine users are constantly hopping on and off throughout the day working on projects, browsing the Internet, playing games, etc. For the user that’s great, but for the IT department not so much.
On one hand you need to keep things running smooth, but on the other you don’t want to limit someone’s freedom when using the machine.
This is where Drive Vaccine fits in.
Unwanted changes are wiped clean whether it is on reboot, logoff, idle, or a schedule of your choosing. Any user errors, malicious intent, viruses, or spyware are eliminated in the process.
On the floor
Most commonly Drive Vaccine is installed in a controlled environment like a public library, hotel, or Internet cafe. In this case a technician will not always be on site, leaving these users alone to do what they will, and potentially expose the PC to threats.
Drive Vaccine is smart enough to be configured to restore to its saved, pristine state on any time you set. Want it to reset at the end of a user session? Set it to restore on idle and on logoff. Want it to load its baseline at the end of the week? Simply choose the date and time.
No matter the mold of your environment, Drive Vaccine is flexible enough to fit.
Drive Vaccine comes with a free Remote Management Console (RMC).
This tool is invaluable, as it allows any troubleshooting, planned updates, or alterations to be made on every machine with our software installed from a single console – server or desktop are both supported.
Deployment made easy
In a public access environment oftentimes deployment and management tools are already in place. SCCM, domains, GPO’s, and Active Directory (AD) are commonplace. We know this, and our software will work with these programs to ensure a smooth deployment and install.
Feel free to contact us for a deployment whitepaper which addresses several ways to successfully push out Drive Vaccine to your computers.
Protect your public PCs from going out-of-order!