Have you ever wanted to run a process such as an application installer/setup, service pack, virus definition update etc on a group of target computers without having the burden of installing any remote client on your target computers?

Perhaps you have needed to Shutdown, Powerdown, Reboot, Suspend, Hibernate, LogOff or Lock a large number of workstations at the one time or at certain times from a scheduler and give the user notice and the ability to cancel the operation beforehand?

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