Kaseya Desktop Policy Management brings Intel vPro to your fingertips! Or you could call another truck roll for a BSOD

So if you’re like me, you remember when Intel came out with vPro and while it looked good on paper it wasn’t as usable at first as we all hoped.  Then came Kaseya Desktop Policy Managementand the vPro dreams started coming true.  Well now with KDPM 3.5 even more of the dream is real.

With our latest update to KDPM you’ll enjoy some amazing out of band functionality including:
  • Boot to Bios – Reboot the machine into BIOS mode and remotely edit the BIOS
  • Boot from ISO – Reboot the machine and connect to an ISO image to boot the machine from
  • Connect to KVM – Even on an unresponsive machine, start a remote console session to a machine even if the OS has hung
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