It is that time again for some more juicy tidbits to speed up your use of PDQ Deploy. We’ve now shown you Copy Mode and Run As Options and today it’s all about Offline Statuses. I’m sure you’ve run into this before; you’ve spent precious time creating a silent deployment, determining targets that need an update, and then […]

We recently started this new series to bring you delightful little nuggets of information for PDQ Deploy. Last time we brought you details on the Copy Mode, today we bring you the Run As options. There are situations when you need to change up how PDQ Deploy will run deployments. For the most part, running […]

So, you’ve been using PDQ Deploy for a while now and you’ve got the basics down, but you might not have explored all the smaller items that make it all the more powerful. In this new series, we will bring to you some nuggets of useful tips, tricks, and helpful information that will help you […]

Pink and Blue are at it again in Episode 2 of Sysadmin vs. Sysadmin.  In this episode, the boss is on the prowl. Watch as Pink and Blue seek to incite disciplinary action on one another. Who will win? Watch to find out and stay tuned for our next episode. If you missed the premiere episode, […]

Welcome back to the show! Last time, we showed you how to export your Custom Fields to a .csv file using Reports. If you are a true PowerShell fan, you might have been waiting with bated breath for this blog to see the magic happen in PowerShell. This will be very important for all of […]

Microsoft has baked into the upcoming Fall Creators Update of Windows 10 an interesting little feature called Controlled Folder Access, which allows you to set restrictions on which executables can make changes in certain directories. In the recent Insider Preview builds of Server 2016, Controlled Folder Access has been present, so it’s probably safe to […]

Dear Admins of Microsoft XP and Server 2003 clients, We feel your pain and offer our deepest sympathies. However… computers with Microsoft XP or Server 2003 can no longer be managed using PDQ Deploy 14.  XP and Server 2003 were end-of-lifed by Microsoft in 2014 and 2015 and have been unsupported by PDQ.com since 2015. […]

Are you a fan of Spy vs. Spy, but it’s just not nerdy enough for you? We bring you Sysadmin vs. Sysadmin. In this premiere episode Pink and Blue go head to head. Who will win? Watch to find out and be sure to check out Episode 2: Solitary Incitement and Episode 3: Print and Prejudice.

So, you’re ready to make the switch to Central Server mode in PDQ Inventory and indulge in all the sweet, sweet goodness it provides?  Hurray! Welcome to the club! But, what about all that awesome custom data in your local database? You know, that data that you painstakingly input by hand for each and every […]