Wer nutzt diese Software?
system admin, IT admin, IT generalist, windows admin
Durchschnittliche Bewertung16 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.2/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 3.7/5
- Kundenservice 4.5/5
- Funktionen 4.2/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.1/5
- Startpreis 3.495,00 $/einmalig
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Gratis Testen Ja
Installiert - Windows
24/7 (Live Vertreter)
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 1999
Über Patch Manager
SolarWinds Patch Manager software is an affordable, easy to use tool for third-party patch management across tens of thousands of servers and workstations. SolarWinds Patch Manager software lets you leverage and extend the capabilities of Microsoft WSUS and SCCM to report, deploy, and manage Microsoft and third-party patches.
Patch Manager Funktionen
- Compliance Berichterstattung
- Erkennungssystem für unberechtigte Eingriffe
- Management by Exception
- Richtlinien Managemen-
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Patch Manager
Bewertet am 14.1.2018
Patch the easy way.
Kommentare: It's the best way for IT Administrator's to start moving to cloud.
Vorteile: I have been using this software for over 4 years and every year it get's better and better. Patch updating is so simple, that all you do is setup once and it automatically adapts to roles for any other device you add onto your console.
Nachteile: Every once in a while some devices, loose connection or is mis-configured, but after a few tweaks your back to patching as usual. Which is setup up and monitor if devices are patching.
Bewertet am 31.5.2019
Great Solution for Remote Patching!
Kommentare: Positive and highly recommend for either a larger business with inhouse IT, or for MSP's looking for a patching solution.
Vorteile: Offers a wide range of options for remote patching of systems and providing a full accounting of installed patches and reporting. The reporting features are great for keeping track of which computers and when they were patched. Can patch manually or remotely. Alerts to failed patches and completed patching is a great feature so we know when a problem is needed to be resolved or looked into.
Nachteile: It can take a little time to set it up and test. Configuring and making sure systems are installed, etc.
Bewertet am 15.9.2017
Patch Manager is a must have for any environment
Vorteile: Patch Manager has been a critical part of our network management. We are able to keep all of our third party applications up to date, where we used to have to rely on our users to allow the updates to run. Patch Manager has also allowed us to remove Admin rights from our end users.
Nachteile: Patch Manager can be a bit difficult to use at first. We had to rely heavily on the administrator guide to get started. Make sure you can devote time to following the procedures in the manual.
Bewertet am 4.12.2018
Too complex to be deployed
Kommentare: Great idea implementation to automate 3rd party updates application. However in my case, I wasn't able to get it to work. I was only able to successfully deploy updates in a single site environment, but wasn't able to expand it to all the sites. After days of help, support team had to acknowledge that the product wasn't chosen right for my environment.
Vorteile: Support. I've had nothing but problems with this software, when I was trying to get it to work in my multiple site environment. Support team was very attentive and helpful, trying to help me to overcome the problems. Apparently, my environment was too complex for this solution.
Nachteile: Complexity. The software may work well in a single site environment, however in my case with 10+ sites with WSUS at each location I wasn't able to get it to work at all.
Bewertet am 7.3.2018
I can't believe how much this has made my life easy
Vorteile: This software takes WSUS and dominates it, that is the best way I can explain it. The reports you can get are accurate and amazing. This is truly a magical patch management software
Nachteile: I wish that it could be easier for some newer feature updates to be updated on the actual software itself perhaps a way for it to "check-in" and update directly to solarwinds through an optional interface