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Seek & Deploy |

Seek & Deploy. With PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy hardware and software data is at your fingertips. Easily manage and update machines on your network automatically.

Windows System Administration, Software Deployment, and …

PDQ products are powerful and simple systems management tools for Windows system administrators.

Downloads |

Downloads. Learn more about our build types. Latest Releases. PDQ Deploy. PDQ Inventory. All Releases and Changelog. Beta Builds. Note: These builds are tested more rigorously than nightly builds, however, can still potentially contain bugs. PDQ Deploy Beta. PDQ Inventory Beta


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Products |

Deployment Software and System Administrator Tools. Packages. The Package Library contains common applications that are ready to download and silently deploy right from within PDQ Deploy.

PDQ Deploy – Support

Support; PDQ Deploy PDQ Deploy. Knowledge Base. PDQ Deploy 18 or Later Required to Download New and Updated Packages

PDQ Inventory |

Deployment Software and System Administrator Tools. PDQ Inventory is a systems management tool that scans Windows computers to collect hardware, software, and Windows configuration data.

How It Works: PDQ Deploy – Support

**Updated**The directory does get deleted when PDQ Deploy is finished. The directory is: C:WindowsAdminArsenalPDQDeployRunnerService-nexecNote: the “service-_n_ is usually service-1 but it could be service-2, service-3, etc. depending on other concurrent deployments to the target from other PDQ Deploy consoles)

Get Logon History – Support

Name: Get Logon History Category: Event Logs Description: Shows Logon events on the target machine. Required Software: PowerShell Command: Write-Output “Get logon history for $(Computer:TARGE…

PDQ Deploy |

Silently deploy almost any Windows patch or application (.exe, .msi) to multiple Windows PCs simultaneously. Deployments can install, uninstall, execute scripts, reboot, copy files, sleep, send messages, etc. Instructions and files are sent to the target computer, executed, monitored, and reported.