Management via task server

Task Server – PowerShell and CMD Commands – Predefined Tasks – Ready-made Commands and Scripts – Cyclical Tasks – Logs

Management via task server

It allows remote control of devices and command execution using built-in CMD and PowerShell commands.
The extensive task server has a predefined list of CMD (22 administrative commands) and PowerShell (74 administrative commands), which is divided into the following categories:

  • System, Assemblies,
  • Fixes,
  • Paging files,
  • Files and folders,
  • Processes,
  • Services,
  • Hardware,
  • Computer,
  • Firewall,
  • Restore,
  • Registry,
  • Network.

Management via the task server allows modifying existing commands and defining completely new ones. Predefined tasks represent dozens of ready-made commands and scripts. Moreover, they can be executed on any computers in the local network as well as outside it (behind NAT). They can also be executed on any group of computers. It is also possible to create cyclic tasks in the system. To do so, you need to select in the console the cycle pattern of the task, which can renew systematically every day, every week, every month or once a year, depending on the administrator’s preference. Then select the cycle range indicating its beginning and end. This makes it very easy for the administrator, who does not have to spend time generating schematic tasks. He only needs to configure this option once, and the cyclic tasks will renew themselves.

PowerShell commands and CMD

IT management is concerned with monitoring the infrastructure located in an organization and the users who use its resources. Proper management of IT resources affects the optimization of work and includes, among other things:

  • remote management (RDP, webRTC, VNC, VPro/AMT),
  • management via task server,
  • Learning Management System (LMS)
  • reporting,
  • HelpDesk,
  • message server,
  • remote installation,
  • automation server,
  • software management.

IT infrastructure and security management

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