PDQ Deploy powers patching of Windows operating systems, including Windows Server, and third-party applications. Update Microsoft Office, remove Adobe Flash, install Google Chrome, and adjust hundreds of other popular software solutions on any device in your network with this powerful tool.
As soon as our team is notified of a new Windows update or third-party software update to address a known vulnerability, we work to add it to our patch manager so that your business can implement it as quickly as possible.
Pre-built library of over 250 deployments for effortless installation of popular options
Patch Tuesday support to keep you up to date on the latest patches
Your business and computer systems are unique. Why use a one-size-fits-all patch management tool that isn’t optimized for your organization? PDQ’s custom deployments give you unmatched flexibility. Cater each patch deployment to your needs to minimize downtime, improve efficiency, and address each newly discovered vulnerability.
Schedule deployments when it’s convenient for you and your users
Create custom multi-step deployments for fast, reliable installation
Nest packages for multi-application deployments
Set your own conditions for intelligent deployments
Deploy to offline computers when they reconnect so that you don’t miss a single machine
Deploy to computers or groups in Active Directory, Spiceworks, and PDQ Inventory
Create custom scanners with PowerShell and Inventory
Utilize custom scripts
Your job is hard enough as it is. Manually installing each update and security patch on every device makes it that much harder. An automated patch management solution saves time and simplifies your work so that you don’t have to worry about mundane tasks slowing you down. Plus, you can execute commands and scripts remotely for fewer late nights stuck at your desk.
Remote monitoring, deployment, and reboots
Execute commands and scripts remotely (PowerShell, VB, .bat)
Queue failed deployments and automatically retry
Scan hardware and software automatically after a patch deployment
The modern organization is often a patchwork of different hardware and software. As the hodgepodge grows, full visibility into your assets is critical to endpoint security, endpoint management, and vulnerability management.
Patch management software doesn’t just make patching quick and easy. It also improves overall visibility, compliance, and asset management for continuous insight into your patch status.
Generate patch deployment reports manually to determine patch status and detect any missing patch
Receive patch deployment status emails
Verify software patch compliance
Even the best of the best need support sometimes. With PDQ Deploy, our expert team is here to make your job easier. We’re all former sysadmins, so we know our stuff. (Or at least pretend to.)
I used PDQ just last week to update 180 systems, and I did the entire creative cloud suite in three hours time. This would normally take me an entire week. Now that I have been doing this for several years, I think this has probably saved me years on my life.
Rocklin Unified School District
PDQ saves me so much time. We literally would not get everything done in a reasonable amount of time without it...
PDQ makes setting up a computer from scratch so simple. We have a custom package to install and it will take. I installed office, chrome, firefox, and an antivirus on an old computer all in 2 minutes. That alone saves you an hour and a half…
The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
Patch management is the process of selecting, acquiring, and installing patches and updates on large-scale networks of computers.
Patch management is essential to maintain complex systems and prevent a mistake, bug, or vulnerability from interrupting your day-to-day operations.
An effective patch management process can help reduce endpoint security vulnerabilities, maintain regulatory compliance, and enhance performance.
You can develop a patch management process through careful planning. Consider incorporating patch management using the following steps:
Assess cybersecurity and patching needs
Identify unique network components and configurations
Consider special departmental and user needs
Weigh acceptable risks
Determine asset management approaches
Develop processes for testing updates before widespread distribution
Establish patch deployment timeframes
Implement policies for handling uncommon situations (e.g. distributing out-of-band patches)
Three key points to ensure patch management best practices are:
Inventorying your systems and assessing risk levels
Creating policies for installing and testing updates
Remaining flexible and transparent