enabling instant remote deployment of the 2007 Time Zone Update(s)
for MicrosoftÃ‚Â® WindowsÃ‚Â® Operating Systems. [/center]
The U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005, passed by the U.S. Congress July, 2005, extended Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the U.S. by approximately four weeks.
As a result, beginning in 2007, DST will start three weeks earlier on March 11, 2007, and end one week later on November 4, 2007, resulting in a new DST period that is four weeks longer than previously observed.
Unless certain updates are applied to all the systems in corporate environments, their time zone settings will go false during this four week period.
Resulting problems will be: database synchronization issues, erratic service startup/shutdown, incorrect document dating, batch/script delays, disrupted appointments and meetingsÃ¢Â€Â¦
Microsoft has provided free updates for Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP in order to solve this issue.
Nevertheless, the updates still need to be deployed on all relevant servers, desktops and laptops.
In order to allow organizations using Windows XP and/or Windows Server 2003 to rapidly and cost effectively deploy the 2007 Time Zone Update(s) for MicrosoftÃ‚Â® WindowsÃ‚Â® Operating Systems, IS Decisions is offering 15 day temporary RemoteExec licenses at an exceptional rate (pricing starting at $0.22 per target system).
RemoteExec will deploy the 2007 Time Zone Update(s) within minutes on all the systems present in an environment, regardless of size.
RemoteExec will execute the deployment remotely without requiring an agent or any prior manual intervention whatsoever on targeted systems. RemoteExec will log any systems on which the operation failed. The log will then be available for reuse as a target list for a subsequent pass.
IS Decisions supplies a fully detailed reference guide explaining the installation of 2007 Time Zone Update(s) using a Ã¢Â€Âœ15 dayÃ¢Â€Â RemoteExec license. The licenses can be purchased online via a secure payment center.
Also, clients will be able to convert their Ã¢Â€Âœ15 dayÃ¢Â€Â licenses to permanent licenses with a 10% discount off RemoteExecÃ¢Â€Â™s pricelist.
Full details on IS Decisions site:
Without requiring an agent or any prior manual intervention whatsoever on targeted systems RemoteExec allows you to instantly and remotely execute programs (.exe, .bat, .cmd), scripts (.vbs, .js), program associated file types (.txt, .doc, .wav, .reg, .inf, .msi, ...), to copy folder(s)/file(s), ...
Using RemoteExec an administrator can:
- Add/Modify/Delete registry keys and/or values
- Install patches, Service Packs and hotfixes.
- Deploy Windows Installer packages (MSI) in silent mode
- Close down a custom selection of servers and desktops
- Close a custom selection of user sessions
- Reboot distant computers
- Deploy and regularly synchronize data files and folders on remote systems
- Modify the local administrator passwords on all workstations
Full details about RemoteExec:
IS Decisions, founded in 2000 and based in Biarritz (France), specializes in editing security and change management solutions for MicrosoftÃ‚Â® WindowsÃ‚Â® infrastructures.
The software developed by IS Decisions cover both domains with the following features:
Security, by providing network administrators with the tools necessary for
- proactive system auditing and analysis,
- enhanced patch / application / data deployment and system action,
- network access security, management and reporting,
- sensitive data and process monitoring and enhanced alert triggering.
Change Management, by giving network administrators the ways and means to easily and rapidly generate and maintain an updated, comprehensive knowledgebase of all managed resources, and by providing the technology to analyze, monitor and intervene instantly on these resources.