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Webcast Recap: PDQ Deploy and FOG

Alyssa WinslowAlyssa Winslow

FOG is a fantastic tool and while we would really need two hours or more to show you how it can most benefit you in your environment, last week's webcast is a good place to start and get your feet wet. In the webcast, Lex and Kris show you how to create and use Snapins in FOG to supplement your imaging process by communicating with PDQ Deploy to keep your software secure and up-to-date. Watch the full webcast below or keep reading and browsing this blog for some quick helps that may benefit you in your environment.

FOG - A new interface

Setting up FOG client

FOG Client - Smart Installer

FOG Client - Network Installer

Question 1

FOG - Introduction into Snapins

Question 2

Setting up Credentials

Using an Invoke Command

Creating a new Snapin

Checking back in with our hosts

Showing you how a Snapin works

How to change all of the files you’ve already got

Two ways to build your baseline using PDQ Deploy

Question 3

Question 4 

Question 5 

Question 6 

Wrapping Up

You may have heard Lex talk about a couple of different blogs written by Kris to give you more insight and context to what they discussed last week. You can check those out below:

Secure Password with PowerShell: Encrypting Credentials – Part 1

Secure Password with PowerShell: Encrypting Credentials – Part 2

Swag Winners

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