Client Reset support for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 2008 R2 SP1
Added support to Client Reset for Service Pack 1 of Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2. By deploying Microsoft’s latest release it saves you time not having to later patch machines, and at the same time makes your network more secure by having the most recent security update
Client Reset support for Ubuntu version 10.10.
Allows you to seamlessly deploy the latest version of Ubuntu to machines without having to become a Linux expert.
OS deployment and client reset without images
Dramatically reduce the management overhead of managing operating system deployment and workstation reset by eliminating the need to manage images for each hardware/software combination in the estate. WinINSTALL’s unique template driven approach to OS deployment enables images to be assembled at deployment time based on a simple graphical template system
Fresh new look and feel to WinINSTALL
The entire console has a new look and feel including new icons and images as well as updated controls such as sorting list controls. This makes using the WinINSTALL console easier and more enjoyable
Enhanced Windows 7 Compatibility
WinINSTALL has been enhanced to function even more smoothly on Windows 7. WinINSTALL works with User Account Control (UAC) to ensure the highest level of security with as few of interruptions as possible.
Client Reset support for the latest foreign language versions of Windows.
Improved Client Reset support for foreign languages (including Spanish International and Asian languages such as Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) allows you to easily install operating systems automatically – even if you do not speak the language
Decommission newer 4K sector hard drives
WinINSTALL decommissioning is ready now for the newer 4K sector size hard drive
Flexible Software Distribution Options
WinINSTALL enables you to deploy software the way you choose. Inludes remote ‘Push’ and ‘Pull’ methods, physical distribution, on-demand distribution and several others. Our software has evolved to support the real-world demands of software distribution, where one-size definitely does not fit all.