EaseUS Deploy Manager Makes System Image Deployment EasieThis week EaseUS Software launched version 2.0 of its system deployment tool, EaseUS Deploy Manager.
This solution can efficiently deploy system images to multiple computer machines simultaneously, providing maximum flexibility and driving down corporate cost.
"IT administrators in a school, private business or government agency might always have been troubled by setting up systems to numbers of new machines, which could be tiring and complex," the company explained. "However, now you can deploy all your laptops, desktops and servers quickly and easily with EaseUS Deploy Manager, being a powerful solution for system deployment."
Whether IT administrators are setting up new PCs, workstations and servers, or returning them to a desired state, the new EaseUS Deploy Manager is an ideal solution for either scenario. Even more, it allows for hardware-independent system deployment to install drivers to fit the target hardware. That means newly deployed systems with different hardware can be deployed quickly and properly.
To save companies time and money, a master disk image can be quickly deployed to multiple PCs or Servers across a network simultaneously. The solution's group management feature even allows administrators to deploy several images to multiple PCs or Servers at once. Operating Systems for deployment include Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2012, Windows SBS 2003, 2008, and 2011 as well as Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, and 2000.
"[EaseUS Deploy Manager 2.0] is regarded as an efficient recovery tool – especially for system recovery solution – to get your system back on track in most emergency cases like system crash or hardware failure," the company said.
EaseUS Deploy Manager can be installed on Windows Server 2003, 2008, Windows SBS 2003, 2008, and 2011 as well as Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP. EaseUS Deploy Manager for Workstation, designed for PCs and Workstations system deployment, retails for $12. EaseUS Deploy Manager for Server, which is specialized for server machines, will set companies back $45. Both solutions can be obtained by heading here.
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