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Quick Start Guide
Navigating the User Interface
Feature Definitions and Glossary
Policy Update Mode
Navigating the Applications Control Grid
Cache Server: Save Bandwidth
Install, Uninstall & Update Applications
Delayed Actions - Schedule Ad Hoc Tasks
Application Management for macOS
Navigating the Windows Updates Control Grid
Manual Windows Updates Approval
Automated Windows Updates Approval
Navigating the OS Deployment Control Grid
Imaging Utility Requirements
Getting Images Ready for Deployment
Post Imaging Actions
USB Media Creator
Inject Drivers into the boot.wim File
Abort the Sysprep Task
OS Management Overview
Create a Configuration
Apply a Configuration to a Group of Computers
Custom Scripts - PowerShell, VB, Batch, Executable [.exe]
Policies - Scheduling and Automation
Update modes - Automatic, Scheduled, Adhoc
Create a Policy
End-User Experience: Defer Updates and Reboots
Protecting the Deploy Agent
ANTI-VIRUS & FIREWALL
Faronics Anti Virus & Firewall Protection Configuration
Upgrade Anti-Virus Software
Restore or Delete Quarantined Files
Organize Computers Using Inventory Data
Retrieve MSInfo Reports Using the Deploy Console
Inventory Data Update - Heartbeat + On-Demand
Quickly View Installed Applications
Organize Inventory by Active Directory Group Membership / Organization User Membership
Usage Statistics Reports
REMOTE ACCESS - RDP / VNC
Remote Access Requirements - Ports and Networking
VNC - Initial Setup
Using VNC - Virtual Network Computing
Using RDP - Remote Desktop Protocol
Configure the Refresh Rate and Monitor Selection for Remote Access
Help Desk Tickets
Configure SAML (Verify Users for External Applications)
2FA - Two Factor Authentication
Faronics Deploy's User Roles
Faronics Deploy has five different User Roles available; these are
A Super Administrator will have access to all Sites, Computer Groups, and Features.
Default Features Included
: User Management, Applications, Inventory, Windows Updates, OS Deployment, Ticketing, Policies, Download Agent, Anti-Virus, Remote Connect, Task History.
Super Administrator Role
An Administrator will have access to all Computer Groups of any Sites that they have been assigned control.
Default Features Included
: Applications, Inventory, Windows Updates, OS Deployment, Ticketing, Policies, Download Agent, Anti-Virus, Remote Connect, Task History.
Administrator User Configuration
A Limited Administrator will only have access to certain Sites, Computer Groups, and Features as specified.
Applications, Inventory, Windows Updates, OS Deployment, Ticketing, Policies, Download Agent, Anti-Virus, Remote Connect, Task History.
Limited Administrator Configuration
A Remote Support User will be able to Remote Control all Computers on Sites assigned by the Super Administrator.
Remote Support Administrators will only be able to Remote Control computers.
Remote Support Administrators will not be able to add, edit or delete other users.
Remote Support Configuration
A Report Viewer will have Read-Only access to the Dashboard and Analytics of specific Sites assigned.
Report Viewer Configuration
Remote Access a Computer via a Ticket
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