When it comes to installing (or removing) new application to multiple network computers, system administratorsâ€™ heartbeat rate jumps up. Really, this operation is often times a logistical nightmare. Walking over to each computer is impractical and often impossible, so the administrators either install applications to all network computers, even if some users donâ€™t need them, create new group policies or even go as far as creating their own custom programs or scripts. With the release of NetStaller, all of this is becoming unnecessary.
NetStaller uses Windows Installer MSI packages technology, which is included with all Windows 2000 and XP operating systems and 90% of Windows 9x PCs. All a system administrator has to do is to install NetStaller on his own computer (server) and indicate which computers have to be included in installation or removal list (or select All Computers checkbox). The program can install any application (supplied in MSI package) remotely. There is no need to walk over to each workstation, create new groups, modify group policies or pre-install any â€œhelper softwareâ€?, like installation agents. Network users will not be aware of the process, which will be running in background. In fact, even if a user lacks the installation privileges, NetStaller will overrule it and install the program anyway by using administrator rights. The program removes PC applications in a similar manner.
NetStaller can be downloaded and tried free of charge.