Automating Third-Party Application Patches
Deploy ships with a few policies out of the box, one of them being the automated application update policy. Installation of the latest patches is tested by the Deploy team and pushed to the library. Updated packages are then automatically deployed to all computers with the designated policy.
Eliminate User Annoyances while keeping your environment updated
Deploy helps keep your environment updated by updating applications in the background. The user does not see any notifications or popups during app installation. You can also turn off auto-updates for most third-party applications, this helps create a distraction free user experience in your environment.
Reducing bandwidth usage
Deploy lets you designate any computer as a Deploy Cache Server. The cache server keeps the latest versions of third-party applications as well as the latest Windows Updates downloaded for distribution to your network. When a computer needs the installer for an application, it checks for the cache server first and gets the update from there instead of downloading it from the web.
Removing and Monitoring unwanted applications
Deploy can monitor and uninstall any application installed on your computers. Once the application has been configured with a working uninstall flag in the console, it populates all installations in your environment on the grid. A mass uninstall can then be triggered in one click from the interface. Since the grid is always in sync with application installs on the endpoint, any new install done manually on the workstation appears on the grid and can be uninstalled instantly.