Manage your EPM client infrastructure in a consistent and process-oriented way.
Today, many companies are facing the challenges to use a single system lifecycle management solution across all levels of customer support, in order to secure a process-oriented support workflow across departments.
Therefore we have developed a quick and easy-to-use Web console to enable everyone to fulfill system lifecycle management tasks by executing customizable workflows using an intuitive interface.
We help you spend time on getting the job done, not on how to get it done.
Make end-device management a factor for success.
System lifecycle management solutions like Ivanti are a vital element of modern IT strategies. Many important business processes rely on them, so administration costs and complexity increase significantly, as well as the risks of causing even bigger damage through negligence or mistakes.
Extended software distribution capabilities.
Do you want to prevent a 32-bit packet from being assigned to a 64-bit operating system? Do you want to allow your helpdesk to install select royalty-free software packages? Do you want to ensure that software installations cease when licenses are depleted for the product?
Complex IT infrastructures
controlled intuitively and uniformly.
Optimize and automate your company’s Ivanti processes with an equally simple but powerful tool. This web-based console offers administrators as well as inexperienced users a multitude of impressive functions. You can manage your complete client and server infrastructure uniformly and in a process-oriented way, even for complex requirements.
The Console offers you an
Full Feature Descriptions
Remote Control Features
Including RC via HTML5 and Ivanti Cloud Service Appliance
Provides a quick overview of all the key inventory information, you need for your daily work. By eliminating the need to search for the right information it saves you time. Create your own Custom Inventory for your devices (e.g. asset-ID, cost center information, HW / SW details, location and much more).
Show clients provisioning history. See immediately which steps take a particularly long time and optimize them.
Network Connection Tools
Use RDP, Trace Route, Ping and Wake On LAN to check you client availability.
Live display of all services and processes of your clients, as well as the system and application logs of remote computers.
Start inventory- and security scans as well as policy syncs on your devices.
Display missing patches and repair history for each device.
Process driven - Reinstall the EPM agent based on the clients' former agent configuration with a single click.
Process driven – Rename your devices, without the requirement of a local Admin-Password.
Create your own role based Feature-Buttons for the five(9)s Consoles Home Screen and open web URLs, or start executables/scripts with parameters from your client inventory like "Device Name", "Login Name", "MAC" and so on. You can determine where the scripts are to be executed. It is even possible to process these as the logged-in user on the target device.
Show live information of your managed device, like running EPM processes (Inventory-, Security Scans, recent downloads), or system information like available Diskspaces.
Client History show all changes made to a device by a five(9)s Console user.
Third-party integrations are easily possible. Use for example the Nexthink Finder to evaluate clients health.
Process driven - select your patch definitons and deploy them by scope in an out-of-the-box patch process with pilot groups and email feedback.
Do Not Scan
Process driven - Move your selected patch definitions to the EPM Patch Managers “Do Not Scan” folder.
Process driven - Start an emergency patch distribution without an approval process if acute security vulnerabilities require it.
Use this feature to restore patches.
Process driven - Remove your processed patch definitions from your patch deploy, or emergency processes and reassign new tasks.
Operating System Delpoyment
Process driven - Deploy your operating systems via NewInstall, Clone, or Reinstall function.
Use case "Reinstall": With only three mouse clicks, the five(9)s Console ensures a computer is re-installed with its initial configuration and the assigned software.
Use case "Clone": functions and software of a computer are set up identically as the referenced device. For example: this function is very helpful when a new employee in a department needs the same software and system as his colleagues.
Integrated Software Deployment
Add the software packages and / or software profiles to your OSD job. The selected software packages will be automatically assigned to your target device. To prevent incompatibilities, the five(9)s Console will only display software allocated for this operating systems.
Customize your OSD Settings
Define your own OSD parameter (e.g. location, organizational unit, etc.) and use these parameters flexibly and dynamically in your EPM Provisioning Template.
Create Software Profiles
Combine your software packages into profiles, and assign for example the standard software to a whole department in one click. Link these software profiles with valid operating system versions to avoid incompatibilities.
Process driven - Select target devices and assign software packages, or profile of a machine via push, or policy with a few clicks. Selectable packages and profiles are filtered by the target devices' operation system to avoid incompatibilities.
Desired State Technology
Software packages and profiles are assigned via Desired State technology. This allows you to clone, or reinstall devices based on former installed operating systems as well as software packages.
Use case "Clone": functions and software of a computer are set up identically as the referenced device. For example: this function is very helpful when a new employee in a department needs the same software and systems as his colleagues.
Extended Software Deployment
Simply plan your software distributions in the future and leave the workload control to the five(9)s console. This will ensure that your server is not overloaded. Additionally, computers are actively notified when software is available for installation, regardless of which policy sync interval is set.
Add devices to your EPM Database using barcode/serial numbers, or MAC addresses. Assign hostnames to these machines and apply a definable status like "Active," "Reserved," "Stock," and so on. Even your own defined custom inventory can be assigned directly to the end devices at this point.
Edit Distribution Packages
Rename your software packages for five(9)s Console view, add vendor URLs to offer further package information, select the allowed operating systems and set package status to "Production" or "Test" to avoid installation of unapproved software.
Multi Software Categories
Use this feature to group your software packages in one or more "Software Categories" on the "Distribution Packages" page. These software categories can now be assigned to different user roles. This allows you to restrict a member of a certain user role to distribute packages that are included in his assigned software category, only.
Link Software Licenses
Link your software licenses created in the EPM Software License Monitoring to your software packages in the five(9)s Console and limit the software installations per package to the amount of licenses you have. Send a warning, or deny software assignments when the amount of licenses is reached
Set your five(9)s Console to maintenance mode while you are upgrading or patching your EPM core server. A message indicates the maintenance mode to the users. However, the administrator has full access to the console to test all functions immediately after the maintenance.
Custom Menu Entries
Define custom menu entries for your five(9)s Console e.g. to refer to some intranet webpages, or additional web-based products. Various user-defined entries can be assigned to each role.
Configure Custom Inventory entries as checkbox, date, address, user, input, or list fields to offer more information about your devices to your IT staff. Custom inventory entries can be modified in Home screen and be used in Add Devices, OSD and Status Change to extend your options while controlling your devices.
Roles & Rights
Define roles and rights for the five(9)s Console to give your IT staff groups dedicated access to features and functions.
Responsive Web Design
Open the five(9)s Console in your Web-Browser and adjust the window size to your personal needs. The new responsive web design will follow your demands to give you always the best visualization for all of the features. Tipp: Use your Smartphone (or Tablet) connected to your corporate Wi-Fi to accomplish your tasks within the five(9)s Console.